Sampin Senja R0559

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The Sampin is traditionally worn by the Malay man for ceremony and celebration. Because of their intricate qualities, most Malay families will treat beautifully made sampin pieces as heirlooms, passing this article of clothing from father to heir. This piece was handwoven using the most purist of Sarawak songket weaving techniques using fine filament silk and Lurex metallic threads.

The Sampin is traditionally worn by the Malay man for ceremony and celebration. Because of their intricate qualities, most Malay families will treat beautifully made sampin pieces as heirlooms, passing this article of clothing from father to heir. This piece was handwoven using the most purist of Sarawak songket weaving techniques using fine filament silk and Lurex metallic threads.

 


About Tanoti

About Tanoti


Tanoti is a community of artisans dedicated towards heritage craft preservation, women empowerment and rural community building. Founded in 2012, it focuses on developing craft such that generations-old techniques are preserved in their purest forms and at the same time, innovation is introduced to make craft relevant and applicable in today's world. Recipient of the World Craft Council Awards of Excellence in Handicraft 2014 and 2016.
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Product details

Place of origin:

Southeast Asia

Materials:

Organic Materials, Fabric

Dimensions:

H 80 cm x W 2500 cm x D 1 cm

H 31.5 in x W 984.3 in x D 0.4 in

Seller location:

Malaysia

Weight:

500 grams

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Product Type:

Neoclassical

Weight:

500 grams

Number of items:

-1

Reference Number:

KW9SRDNUZJPHW81TNTTEWB

Condition:

Brand New

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