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"Tonga Batik Kiss".  Indonesian batiks from Timeless Treasures

"Tonga Batik Kiss". Indonesian batiks from Timeless Treasures

Everlasting Beauty of the Indonesian Art

Everlasting Beauty of the Indonesian Art

BATIK of Javanese [Indonesian] origin | Batik is Indonesian Culture!!!

BATIK of Javanese [Indonesian] origin | Batik is Indonesian Culture!!!

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

hand drawn batik on cotton, 'kembang sungsang'; jakarta, indonesia

hand drawn batik on cotton, 'kembang sungsang'; jakarta, indonesia

65. GARUDA SERAKIT, Surakarta-Indonesia

65. GARUDA SERAKIT, Surakarta-Indonesia

Batik is a traditional Indonesian cloth dyeing technique. Typically with intricate patterns. We love the intricacy of the artwork and in this piece, the interplay of the colors

Batik is a traditional Indonesian cloth dyeing technique. Typically with intricate patterns. We love the intricacy of the artwork and in this piece, the interplay of the colors


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31. PARANG WENANG BUKETAN, Yogyakarta

31. PARANG WENANG BUKETAN, Yogyakarta

Sungguh kaya budaya Indonesia #PINDONESIA

Sungguh kaya budaya Indonesia #PINDONESIA

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Batik itu Asli Indonesia. Jangan ngaku-ngaku deh ah.  Kayak tetangga sebelah tuh > mau disebutin, tapi terlalu frontal. Hahaha kasihan sama tetangga.

Batik itu Asli Indonesia. Jangan ngaku-ngaku deh ah. Kayak tetangga sebelah tuh > mau disebutin, tapi terlalu frontal. Hahaha kasihan sama tetangga.

Batik

Batik

Beautiful handpainted Batik Tulung Agung

Beautiful handpainted Batik Tulung Agung

Pics of Image of Indonesian batik sarong pattern.

Pics of Image of Indonesian batik sarong pattern.

Javanese batik in the parang style. Parang was once used exclusively by the royal courts of Central Java. It has several translations such as 'knife pattern' or 'broken blade'. The Parang design consists of slanting rows of thick knife-like segments running in parallel diagonal bands.

Javanese batik in the parang style. Parang was once used exclusively by the royal courts of Central Java. It has several translations such as 'knife pattern' or 'broken blade'. The Parang design consists of slanting rows of thick knife-like segments running in parallel diagonal bands.

Parang Klitik-Indonesia batik pattern

Parang Klitik-Indonesia batik pattern

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