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White-centered Hinggi Kombu (northeastern Sumba)

White-centered hinggi kombu blankets are rare - and reserved for exclusive use by the ruling raja in a region. This photo was taken in the early 1980s in a village of northeastern Sumba. The story that was related to me is that when the raja went out, the locals could see that the raja was approaching by virtue of him wearing the white-centered textile, where the white area was folded around his shoulders and especially visible.
The two young women are wearing jewelry semi-related to mamuli, the dowry exchange item (offered by men) and considered a feminine symbol. These particular necklaces were often made of gold.
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