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Tina Tabone Kain Kaligrafi – Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia. 20th century batik cloth with stylized calligraphy. The cloth is in the size of a panjang (long hip wrap) but was probably used as a ceremonial shroud or a ritual shoulder cloth. The striped pattern along each end is typical of Jambi batik design. The borders are decorated with a finely crocheted metal twine. Hand-drawn wax resist-dyed batik-tulis on white cotton with indigo dye. Mid to late 20th century.

Tina Tabone Kain Kaligrafi – Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia. 20th century batik cloth with stylized calligraphy. The cloth is in the size of a panjang (long hip wrap) but was probably used as a ceremonial shroud or a ritual shoulder cloth. The striped pattern along each end is typical of Jambi batik design. The borders are decorated with a finely crocheted metal twine. Hand-drawn wax resist-dyed batik-tulis on white cotton with indigo dye. Mid to late 20th century.

Kain Batik Tulis Arab Ritual Cloth  Jambi, Sumatra Cotton; batik 19th Century

Kain Batik Tulis Arab Ritual Cloth Jambi, Sumatra Cotton; batik 19th Century

Antique Batik Calligraphy, Islamic  head cloth, Bengkulu, Sumatra.

Antique Batik Calligraphy, Islamic head cloth, Bengkulu, Sumatra.

Kain Kaligrafi. Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia. 20th century batik cloth with stylized calligraphy. Used as a ceremonial shroud or a ritual shoulder cloth. The striped pattern along each end is typical of Jambi batik  ...

Kain Kaligrafi. Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia. 20th century batik cloth with stylized calligraphy. Used as a ceremonial shroud or a ritual shoulder cloth. The striped pattern along each end is typical of Jambi batik ...

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Indonesian Textile with Pseudo-Arabic Calligraphy Photographic Print at Art.com

Indonesian Textile with Pseudo-Arabic Calligraphy

Banner | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated the 20th century A.D. | Wing motif called "sawat" or "mirong" | Butterfly motif | Arabic influence of calligraphy which was probably written by hand (batik tulip) | Found in the Art Gallery of New South Wales | https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/243.2008/

Banner | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated the 20th century A.D. | Wing motif called "sawat" or "mirong" | Butterfly motif | Arabic influence of calligraphy which was probably written by hand (batik tulip) | Found in the Art Gallery of New South Wales | https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/243.2008/


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Lower Garment Detail | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated approximately 1900 A.D. | Features a Garuda Design | Found in the Asian Art Museum | http://www.asianart.org/exhibitions_index/batik--2

Lower Garment Detail | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated approximately 1900 A.D. | Features a Garuda Design | Found in the Asian Art Museum | http://www.asianart.org/exhibitions_index/batik--2

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Detail of traditional batik cloth from Yogyakarta in Central Java, a sarong for women

Detail of traditional batik cloth from Yogyakarta in Central Java, a sarong for women

Panel | Pekalongan | The Met. Indonesia. Cotton. The Met's date approximation on this is suspect, as in one place they list the date as the 1920s, but in the description section they list WWII as the timeframe, citing Japanese occupation as influence. Four lobed kawung motif.

Panel | Pekalongan | The Met. Indonesia. Cotton. The Met's date approximation on this is suspect, as in one place they list the date as the 1920s, but in the description section they list WWII as the timeframe, citing Japanese occupation as influence. Four lobed kawung motif.

Wraparound Skirt | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated 1910 A.D. | Cloud motifs from Chinese influence | Found in the Dallas Museum of Art | https://www.dma.org/art/exhibitions/waxed-batik-java

Wraparound Skirt | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated 1910 A.D. | Cloud motifs from Chinese influence | Found in the Dallas Museum of Art | https://www.dma.org/art/exhibitions/waxed-batik-java

Headcloth | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated 1920 - 1929 A.D. | Plant design (called semen) | Probably a Tjap (stamped) Batik technique | Found in the Dallas Museum of Art | https://www.dma.org/art/exhibitions/waxed-batik-java

Headcloth | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated 1920 - 1929 A.D. | Plant design (called semen) | Probably a Tjap (stamped) Batik technique | Found in the Dallas Museum of Art | https://www.dma.org/art/exhibitions/waxed-batik-java

Shoulder Cloth | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated mid 19th - early 20th century A.D. | Diagonal rows with circle motif | Found in the New York Metropolitan Museum | http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/307893?rpp=20&pg=1676&ft=Textile&pos=33520

Shoulder Cloth | Javanese Batik | Cotton | Dated mid 19th - early 20th century A.D. | Diagonal rows with circle motif | Found in the New York Metropolitan Museum | http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/307893?rpp=20&pg=1676&ft=Textile&pos=33520

Indonesian Batik | Silk | Dated 1900 A.D. | Features a "wayang" design | "Wayang" is the theatrical tradition in Indonesia of shadow puppet plays that are based on one of the Hindu epics | Found in the Art Gallery of New South Wales | https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/215.2005/?

Indonesian Batik | Silk | Dated 1900 A.D. | Features a "wayang" design | "Wayang" is the theatrical tradition in Indonesia of shadow puppet plays that are based on one of the Hindu epics | Found in the Art Gallery of New South Wales | https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/215.2005/?

Batik Sembagi Beside Batik Nitik, Batik Sembagi is another kind of batik reflecting the Indian influence. These kain Sembagi came from the Coromandel Coast, India. People began to make batik using motifs of kain Sembagi, mostly done by batik craftsmen from Lasem and Cirebon, who were mostly Chinese. These batik is Called “Batik Sembagi”, having the colors of those kain Sembagi which were mostly Mengkudu red and Indigo . Batik having the kain Sembagi motif is still being made in Jambi.

Batik Sembagi Beside Batik Nitik, Batik Sembagi is another kind of batik reflecting the Indian influence. These kain Sembagi came from the Coromandel Coast, India. People began to make batik using motifs of kain Sembagi, mostly done by batik craftsmen from Lasem and Cirebon, who were mostly Chinese. These batik is Called “Batik Sembagi”, having the colors of those kain Sembagi which were mostly Mengkudu red and Indigo . Batik having the kain Sembagi motif is still being made in Jambi.

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