The beautiful batik from Indonesia. This kind of pattern is named Demakan. Vintage and handrawn batik. Love the full of flowers covered entire batik. And there is a peacock between the flowers. One of my fav batik ❤
Sawunggaling, the detail. Sawunggaling named after a local hero who sacrifice his life for many people. The design itself inspired by "sabung ayam" or cock fight culture in Bali, and then drawn onto a fabric as a pairs of partridge and decorated with floral around it - Pekalongan, Central Java
Cirebonan handwritten batik in Naga Seba pattern. Naga seba is one of 'Keratonan' style motifs, which is comes from inside of Cirebon palace. Naga seba pattern is a result from the acculturation between Islam, Chinese and Hindunese.
Buketan designs are easily recognizable for their arrangements of flowers and buds surrounded by butterflies, birds, or small animals. Very few court batik designs fall in the buketan group. Nonetheless, buketan designs are also to be found on inland batik, namely batik pedesaan or "farmer batik" and "merchant batik". The majority of Dutch batik designs fall in the buketan group. Amongst the most famous of these are those produced by Van Zuylen