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Carved and painted wooden figure. Pair with 2903/56; together the pair is a traditional wedding couple known as Loro Blonyo. This figure is the female; her black hair is pulled back into a large bun and she wears a gold piece of jewelry in her hair. She also wears gold earrings and a gold necklace. The necklace is large and is a half-moon shape. Her skin is yellow. The woman’s eyebrows and pupils are painted black. Her coat is blue with three gold buttons in the front and gold arm bands. Her hands rest on her thighs. The woman’s legs are enveloped in a red skirt which obscures her legs from view, but she appears to be sitting. The object is very light weight with two holes in the bottom of the woman’s skirt, suggesting the object is hollow.

Iconographic Meaning

Loro Blonyo is a personification of the deity Dewi Sri and her brother Sadono. Dewi Sri, the rice goddess, and Sadono are associated with fertility and prosperity.

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