Indonesia - Greater Sunda Islands, Sumatra | Ring from the Batak Karo people; silver and copper. ‘Cincin kerunggun’. ca. 20th century.

Indonesia - Greater Sunda Islands, Sumatra | Ring from the Batak Karo people; silver and copper. ‘Cincin kerunggun’. ca. 20th century.

brown vintage  traditional Indonesian Batik stylebatik by 18dec, $13.00

brown vintage traditional Indonesian Batik style,batik sarong fabric

brown vintage traditional Indonesian Batik stylebatik by 18dec, $13.00

Batik Motif Yogyakarta: Batik Winotosastro: Traditional Batik

Batik Motif Yogyakarta: Batik Winotosastro: Traditional Batik

Nogo Kembar - IWAN TIRTA Private Collection

Nogo Kembar - IWAN TIRTA Private Collection

Indonesian Wayang Kulit depicted here in batik

Indonesian Wayang Kulit depicted here in batik

66. SINGA BARONG BALI, Jakarta

66. SINGA BARONG BALI, Jakarta

Hand-drawn Batik Lasem by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. The kind batik called Sinografi which is specialty from Sigit Witjaksono, combining chinese letters of proverbs and traditional motive, here again is Phoenix bird. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Hand-drawn Batik Lasem by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. The kind batik called Sinografi which is specialty from Sigit Witjaksono, combining chinese letters of proverbs and traditional motive, here again is Phoenix bird. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Batik tjanting (Canting) tools

Batik tjanting (Canting) tools

Antique Copper Indonesian Batik Tjaps (Chops) Diamond Pattern - rare and beautiful artwork for your walls

Antique Copper Indonesian Batik Tjaps (Chops) Diamond Pattern - rare and beautiful artwork for your walls

A batik stamp, known as a tjap, is crafted from copper and used by creators of batik in Java, Indonesia. The artisan dips the tjap into hot wax, shakes off the excess, and stamps the wax onto cloth. This is one method by which batik sarongs are made. ~ Indounik

A batik stamp, known as a tjap, is crafted from copper and used by creators of batik in Java, Indonesia. The artisan dips the tjap into hot wax, shakes off the excess, and stamps the wax onto cloth. This is one method by which batik sarongs are made. ~ Indounik

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