Kampuh

  • Kampuh is a man's ceremonial textile. It is a ‘wrap-around the bare chest’ for wedding/tooth filing ceremonies and dance performances. It is worn over a kain panjang from songket or prada. For war dance performances “Tari Baris”, a blouse with long arms, is worn under the kampuh.
Media
Kampuh
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
Unknown [edit]
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

Usage Examples

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Kampuh - size: 92 x 147 cm

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Kamuph/saput - size: 92 x 147 cm

The textiles shown here were produced in the Palace of Buleleng and some in Jembrana Regency between 1890 and 1920 by noblewomen and were restricted to the nobility.

  1. © All textiles and photographs: Karin Sukarya
  2. © All textiles and photographs: Karin Sukarya