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…

Traditional Pattern

Image of Javanese court batik, in typical reddish-brown color, from Indonesia. 1 Javanese court batik, in typical reddish-brown color, from Indonesia. The development and refinement of Indonesian batik cloth was closely linked to Islam.

SARUNG BUKETAN  City or Location of Origin: Pekalongan, Central Java  Pattern: Sarung Buketan  Workshop or Atelier: Oei Tjing Nio  Type: Hand-drawn batik (batik tulis)  Dimensions: Sarong (2.15 m x 1.10 m)  Fabric: Cotton  Dyes: Chemical  Date: 1938  Collection: Iwan Tirta

SARUNG BUKETAN City or Location of Origin: Pekalongan, Central Java Pattern: Sarung Buketan Workshop or Atelier: Oei Tjing Nio Type: Hand-drawn batik (batik tulis) Dimensions: Sarong (2.15 m x 1.10 m) Fabric: Cotton Dyes: Chemical Date: 1938 Collection: Iwan Tirta


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