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Reproduction textiles copied from the collection of the National Taiwan Museum

Bridal Skirt.
The masterpiece is a 19th bridal skirt rich in elaborate patterns, ornate with glass-bead fringes on the bottom. The skirt was part of the wedding attire for a bride and was a woven fabric with a thin cotton-cloth band sewn to the top of it. Generally, plain weave is most common in supplementary weft woven fabrics. This masterpiece skirt, however, was woven in a fancy plain weave.


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Reproduction textiles copied from the collection of the National Taiwan Museum:

The red jacket
The red jacket is woven in ramie and woollen threads. It is unique in its graphic design. The fabric appears as if it has been printed with vermilion seals all over it.


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Four-colour Brocade Short Jacket
The brocaded jacket woven in ramie, wool and a special fibre removed from the Dendrobium [a genus of orchids] plant stalk used to be worn as ceremonial attire. Even at the National Museum of Taiwan such finery is among the rare and precious items in its fabric collection. Such fabrics are characterised by the richness of their vibrant colours and the vivid patterns that are crafted by supplementary wefts. The brocaded jacket is rectangular in shape and was made by sewing together two pieces of cloth. This was a common garment in the past among the Austronesians. The attire was splendid and aristocratic to look at. However, as the woollen threads were loosely twisted they become breakable with time, almost all the finery seen in the museums has suffered from common damage with broken wefts; the yellow dendrobium plant fibre has been damaged the most.


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Reproduction textiles copied from the collection of the Museum of Anthropology of National Taiwan University

Hanging Flags Banner
The Hanging Flags Banner was a trophy awarded to the winner of the traditional annual ritual running race of Taiwan’s plains aborigines such as the Pazeh and the Kaxabu. The banner was about 125cm x 43cm in size and was made to be worn hanging down the front of the body of the winner. The banner was a cloth delineated into several sections by horizontal banding. There are two styles of pattern . The first one is composed of smaller, connected patterns. The other is gigantic, with the basic grid size of more than a hundred thousand reaching a hundred and sixty thousand at its maximum. The gigantic patterns on the plains aborigines banner are the largest graphic design that Yu Shan has ever analysed. It is definitely among the unique fabrics in the world’s aboriginal fabrics. It is, however, most unique in its weaving technique. In traditional weaving, the patterns are based on plain weave and are symmetrical in most, if not all, cases. The patterns on the plains’ aborigines banner are asymmetrical by crafting the weave to create asymmetric diagonal line patterns. To plot the pattern for such a graphic design was already a difficult task before the skill required to weave the design into a length of fabric.


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File comment: detail of the original banner in the Museum's collection showing the twill weave of the background fabric and the horizontal stripe and the red weft with a long float; both are very different skills compared to other Taiwan tribes.
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bridal skirt and woven band


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