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"Tonga Batik Kiss".  Indonesian batiks from Timeless Treasures

"Tonga Batik Kiss". Indonesian batiks from Timeless Treasures

Detail of a batik design from Indonesia - this would be GORGEOUS as an accent in my library :)

Detail of a batik design from Indonesia - this would be GORGEOUS as an accent in my library :)

Indonesian tjaps for batik. Detailed metal screen. Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali

Indonesian tjaps for batik. Detailed metal screen. Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali

Read about Indonesian Craft Textiles at www.TheCultureTrip.com. Click on the image for the article!

Intricate Designs: Indonesian Craft Textiles

Read about Indonesian Craft Textiles at www.TheCultureTrip.com. Click on the image for the article!

Jakarta Fashion Week 2014 – Edward Hutabarat – The Actual Style

Jakarta Fashion Week 2014 – Edward Hutabarat – The Actual Style

Gorgeous vintage Indonesian printed cross front jacket.

Gorgeous vintage Indonesian printed cross front jacket.

Puppet of the Indonesian wayang shadow theater  ^ Indonesian Wayang Inscribed in 2003  on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of  Humanity  http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?pg=00011

Puppet of the Indonesian wayang shadow theater ^ Indonesian Wayang Inscribed in 2003 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?pg=00011

Textiil - Solo Sogan #Batik - Leaves.  Available by the meter at Textiil.com

Textiil - Solo Sogan #Batik - Leaves. Available by the meter at Textiil.com

No. 5 Desa Kerasan, private residence - Ubud, Bali

No. 5 Desa Kerasan, private residence - Ubud, Bali

In the 18th century, the sultans of Yogtakarta and Sukarta decreed that certain patterns were forbidden to commoners. This #batik cloth features one of the forbidden to commoner patterns. Cemerukiran is a raylike pattern that probably owes origin to the lotus. (Source Batik: Fabled Cloth of Java) #Indonesia #batik #vintage

In the 18th century, the sultans of Yogtakarta and Sukarta decreed that certain patterns were forbidden to commoners. This #batik cloth features one of the forbidden to commoner patterns. Cemerukiran is a raylike pattern that probably owes origin to the lotus. (Source Batik: Fabled Cloth of Java) #Indonesia #batik #vintage

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