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  • Deborah Kalas Photography

    Kain panjang (long cloth) detail, #Indonesia, Yogyakarta (in the style of Ceribon), Chinese-Indonesian, 20th century. Commercial cotton, resist patterning. The Textile Museum 1998.11.16. Gift of Beverly Deffef Labin Collection.

  • P Zink

    This would be a beautiful pattern for a tattoo sleeve.

  • Janet Sternberg

    Blue curve pattern

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