National Geographic : 1911 Aug
A DYAK BRIDE She wears a silver filigree comb in her hair and a necklace of brass or silver buttons. Round her body is the brass corset worn by the women, and three belts of silver coins. She has bangles on her wrists and earrings in her ears. Her jacket is slung over her right shoulder. From "Seventeen Years Among the Sea Dyaks of Borneo," by Edwin H. Gomes. J. B. Lippincott Co. SCRAPING PALM LEAVES FOR FIBER With this the women tie upthethreads they weave, sothat when they are dipped inany particular dye theparts which are tied may not be affected bythedye. Itisbythis means that the different patterns inDyak cloth areobtained. From "Seventeen Years Among theSea Dyaks ofBorneo," by Edwin H. Gomes. J . B.Lippincott Co.