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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:59 am 
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As i said in general forum. I am familiar with southern sumatra's traditional textile. And i also happen to sell them on ebay. So, i think why not i also promote my stuff here.

I now present you 4 package of tenun Tapis of Lampung consist of sarong and shawl. Originally taken from studios in Lampung, Indonesia, newmade, yet still hand made.

want to know more? any inquiries, any special demand, just PM me, or send me an email, or YM me. I'll send you back with more detail info and catalog.

Thanks!


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What superb quality! So excellent to see this technical level of quality being produced today. 'tapisKrui', the 2 pieces are especially stunning! If I still lived in London and had the opportunity to wear really dressy clothing I would so love the challenge of creating an outfit from them! Unfortunately in very dressed-down east Kent they would not, I think, be at home as clothing although, for their fineness, could sneak into a collection!

Welcome to the forum! You are very welcome to all that we can offer in terms of learning, teaching and promoting!

Look forward to meeting you further!

best,

PS - Surely not a 'half-breed' but the most fascinating and eclectic mix of cultures. With your roots you could be a basis of a wonderful textile museum if all your relations could supply you with textiles!!!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 5:42 am 
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Thanks. Wow, that's very encouraging. I hope such review from expert like you would add more value to my commercially offered items. :wink:

Thanks....

PS: Hey, errm... why don't you have one? hehehe, more addition to your collection...right? I'll give you big discount, hahaha... :D :wink: :twisted:

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