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Beautiful East Java Batik Design

Beautiful East Java Batik Design

Classification of Yogya Parang Batik Motif : 25. Parang Gapit Seling; 26. Parang gapit ceplok; 27. Parang Gapit; 28. Parang Gagak Seta; 29. Parang Curigo latar Cemeng; 30. Parang Ceplok Prahu Layar; 31. Parang Centhung; 32. Parang Catur Manunggal; 33. Parang gapit seling grompol; 34. Parang Gapit Seling Kusumo; 35. Parang Gapit Seling Pucang; 36. Parang Gapit Seling Templek

Classification of Yogya Parang Batik Motif : 25. Parang Gapit Seling; 26. Parang gapit ceplok; 27. Parang Gapit; 28. Parang Gagak Seta; 29. Parang Curigo latar Cemeng; 30. Parang Ceplok Prahu Layar; 31. Parang Centhung; 32. Parang Catur Manunggal; 33. Parang gapit seling grompol; 34. Parang Gapit Seling Kusumo; 35. Parang Gapit Seling Pucang; 36. Parang Gapit Seling Templek


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batik parang's motif

batik parang's motif

Yogyakarta batiks, Java, Indonesia

Yogyakarta batiks, Java, Indonesia

Classification of Yogya Semen Batik Motif   : 1.Wahyu tumurun bledak; 2. Tluki Bledak; 3. Tarupolo; 4. Sri Kuncoro; 5. Sidoasih tetel; 6. Sidoasih Sringit; 7. Semen wose; 8. Semen srikuncoro; 9. Semen sinom ukel; 10. Semen semeru; 11. Semen Segaran; 12. Semen rojo.

Classification of Yogya Semen Batik Motif : 1.Wahyu tumurun bledak; 2. Tluki Bledak; 3. Tarupolo; 4. Sri Kuncoro; 5. Sidoasih tetel; 6. Sidoasih Sringit; 7. Semen wose; 8. Semen srikuncoro; 9. Semen sinom ukel; 10. Semen semeru; 11. Semen Segaran; 12. Semen rojo.

Beautiful handpainted Batik Tulung Agung

Beautiful handpainted Batik Tulung Agung

31. PARANG WENANG BUKETAN, Yogyakarta

31. PARANG WENANG BUKETAN, Yogyakarta

Batik Lawas Sogan - Indonesia

Batik Lawas Sogan - Indonesia

PARANG CURIGA pattern - Central Java, Indonesia

PARANG CURIGA pattern - Central Java, Indonesia

Batik sample Indonesian (Javanese), Dutch colonial rule, late 19th century

Batik sample Indonesian (Javanese), Dutch colonial rule, late 19th century

62. PAKIS, Surakarta

62. PAKIS, Surakarta

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.

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