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

Batik Nitik Sekar Tanjung, Yogyakarta Indonesia. The Nitik motif is found in great numbers in this area. During a colonial annual fair (Jaarbeurs) during the Dutch period, a batik producer gave the name Nitik Jaarbeurs to a motif which received an award.

During a colonial annual fair (Jaarbeurs) during the Dutch period, a batik producer gave the name Nitik Jaarbeurs to a motif which received an award.

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

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

Batik tulis sogan Yogya. Nuansa tradisional yang berwibawa. check ig Rimanda_Gallery

Batik tulis sogan Yogya. Nuansa tradisional yang berwibawa. check ig Rimanda_Gallery

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