Shadow Puppets | Flare Skirt



Wayang kulit is a traditional form of puppet-shadow play originally found in the cultures of Java, Bali and Lombok (Indonesia)

In a wayang kulit performance, the puppet figures are rear-projected on a taut linen screen with a coconut-oil (or electric) light. The dalang (shadow artist) manipulates carved leather figures between the lamp and the screen to bring the shadows to life. It's mainly about good vs evil.


  • The actual shadow puppet colours varies from skirt to skirt (quite negligible differences from pictures shown)
  • Matching top is under "Shadow Puppets | Crop"
  • Flare Skirt that falls just below the knees (model is 5 feet 2 inches)
  • fitted waistline
  • box pleats
  • two deep, deep pockets
  • belt loops
  • broad hemline- you can jump over a river


Weight 0.25 kg

26 Inches, 28 Inches


Minor variations in measurements (within 1cm)  are not considered a defect

  • Colours may appear slightly different in reality due to studio lighting conditions, or variances in computer screen calibration.
  • Minor variations in measurement (within 1.5 centimetres) are not considered a defect.
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