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Dika Donga Family

The Dika Donga Family was not connected to any local royalty but had become a local and wealthy family by trading horses. Sumbanese horses are well-bred - and famous throughout Indonesia.
I became infatuated with Marta, who is the young Sumba woman on the left - and spent many moment at their home drinking tea and chewing siri-betel nut. The two sisters were very close, quite confident.and loved to laugh. Their father was no longer alive - and I believe the gentleman on the right is their uncle.
There is an unusual pair of hinggi kombu blankets on this site from the Dika Donga Family. The textile design shows horses -and the brand displayed on the horses  is DD: for Dika Donga.
White-centered blankeets are known to be reserved for local rajas; this pair of hinggi kombu blankets is the only known black-centered textiles to exist. It is thought to black to connote wealth, rather than royalty. It is rare, too, to have the matched pair remain together.


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