Cotton Ship Cloth Weaving from Sumatra
Motifs of men, ships, dragons and more, laid out as a hierarchy.
Palepai cloths are rarer than Tampans as these family heirlooms were handed down to the head of the household, while Tampans were created for every son's family unit. So within an extended family, there could be only 1 Palepai but the number of Tampans could run into dozens.
Around 10 feet long
An example exhibited at the Met Museum NY is mentioned as 19th century