The MPIG of Sikka Ikat Weaving symbol was taken from one of the Sikka Ikat Weaving motifs, namely theNagalalang motif which symbolizes fertility, prosperity, and the welfare of all ethnic communities within the Sikka Regency area.
1. Logo Base
The natural process of weaving is undertaken by Sikka women by using traditional or manual weaving tools. This process is carried out with full patience in order to maintain the quality of yarn density in producing a piece of Sikka Ikat Weaving sarong.
2. Logo Description
The weaving process carried out above produces a variety of types and motifs from various ethnic groups in the Sikka Regency. These motives are the result of imaginative, innovative and creative works stored in memory as intellectual properties.
3. Logo Base Color
The brownish red coloris taken from the color of Sikka Ikat Weaving fabric made from the root of Noni or in the local language called bur buke, which is a symbol of fertility and maturity. The white color of the motif symbolizes beauty and nobleness.