Within Toraja (a city in South Sulawesi, Indonesia), lies the cultural heritage of creating handwoven textiles by backstrap loom weaving, called Tenun. This coin case is a piece of Tenun of the motif Pa’borong-borong, weaved by the women of rural and indigenous communities in Toraja themselves. Although similar to the Parramba' motif at first glance, this motif takes a more simplistic approach – integrating the neutral colour of brown with the vibrance of red and yellow.
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