[Details followed by full view of non-perishable goods' pillows.]
[Toraja people: late 19th-early 20th century Rongkong district Sulawesi Indonesia; cotton, warp ikat; National Gallery of Australia.]
Nearly 300 antique Indonesian ikats and scores more Indonesian textiles in general can be explored over at the National Gallery of Australia's microsite. I've mentioned the resource before but today it warrants a reminder. The Sari to Sarong site is still accessible, too.
Speaking of global vintage and antique textiles, specialist Molly Hogg is curating the entryway display at The Decorative Antiques & Textile Fair opening in London April 29. Her theme is Textiles as Art, when cloth is better off on the wall.