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Jpeg 46K 980930E A three colour ikat being woven on a loom in the weaving mill at Innbawkon (Inpawkhon) on Lake Inle, Shan State. Note the weaver pulling on a cord to activate the 'flying shuttle' which has been added to the traditional Burmese frame loom to speed up the weaving process.
A three colour ikat being woven on a loom in the weaving mill at Innbawkon (Inpawkhon) on Lake Inle, Shan State. Note the weaver pulling on a cord to activate the 'flying shuttle' which has been added to the traditional Burmese frame loom to speed up the weaving process.
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