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Indonesia, Java, batik sarong, 19th c

Indonesia, Java, batik sarong, 19th c

Hand-drawn vintage batik 3 negri from Solo circa 1920-1940. This beautiful piece is made by Nj. Tjoa Giok Tjiam who invented the 3 negri batik technique. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Hand-drawn vintage batik 3 negri from Solo circa 1920-1940. This beautiful piece is made by Nj. Tjoa Giok Tjiam who invented the 3 negri batik technique. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Image of Indonesian batik sarong pattern.

Image of Indonesian batik sarong pattern.

Batik hand painted of Iwan Tirta House. Please message for price & details query

Batik hand painted of Iwan Tirta House. Please message for price & details query

Demakan Pekalongan Batik

Demakan Pekalongan Batik

Batik 3N Bojong Pekalongan

Batik 3N Bojong Pekalongan

Vintage hand write batik origin Solo, central Java,year of making 1930~1940,batik saudagar ngillingan, W 1mtr L 2,25 mtr,great condition,before belongs to rich and wellknown person.This full hand write batik takes more than 6 months to finish a singgle cloth some times takes years to finish one piece.Truelly beauty beyond our imagination.

Vintage hand write batik origin Solo, central Java,year of making 1930~1940,batik saudagar ngillingan, W 1mtr L 2,25 mtr,great condition,before belongs to rich and wellknown person.This full hand write batik takes more than 6 months to finish a singgle cloth some times takes years to finish one piece.Truelly beauty beyond our imagination.

Hand-drawn Batik Lasem by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. The motives are dragon which symbolize wealth and power. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Hand-drawn Batik Lasem by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. The motives are dragon which symbolize wealth and power. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Batik samples (late 19th century, Surakarta, Java, Indonesia). Cotton, natural dyes; hand-drawn (tulis) wax-resist (batik). Images and text courtesy MFA Boston.

Batik samples (late 19th century, Surakarta, Java, Indonesia). Cotton, natural dyes; hand-drawn (tulis) wax-resist (batik). Images and text courtesy MFA Boston.

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