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Silk ikat panel, Uzbekistan, Ferghana Valley, Margilan. Wall hanging or curtain (pardah), ca. 1900-1910.

ca Uzbekistan, Ferghana Valley, Margilan wall hanging or curtain (pardah) silk resist-dyed warp (ikat) textile.

Cotton ikat hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, ca. 1950.

Cotton ikat hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, ca.

61. SEMEN ARGOPURO, Yogyakarta-Indonesia

61. SEMEN ARGOPURO, Yogyakarta-Indonesia

39. SAWUNGGALING, Surakarta

Batik is one of Indonesian national wealth we are very proud. Moreover, since UNESCO declared Indonesian Batik as one of the world's cultural wealth. We are proud and love Batik Indonesia. Let's continue to be proud and wear Batik Indonesia.

Batik Cap (pronounced 'tjap' = copper stamped wax resist), Java, Indonesia.

Malaysia 'batik cap,' or block-waxed batik. Stamped batik has been produced in Malaysia since at least the C. Originally, Malays used potatoes and other natural materials as the ‘block’ to carve the batik design into. Nowadays, copper stamps are used

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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