A rare and gorgeous, genuine, hand made Batik Sarong from Pekalongan, a famour batik centre in Java.
is the Indonesian word used to describe a batik that is totally
handmade by "kanting" (pouring) the wax onto the material. It is not
made by stamp or by mechanically printing onto the material. This is the
traditional and most labour intensive way of making a batik.
Pekalongan on the north coast, this one has a beige striped background
with multi-coloured floral motifs. The front panel is diagonally blue
and beige stripes with with teh same floral motifs. In very good
A Sarong is made by taking a long piece of batik and
sewing the two short edges together to form a tube. Mostly made for use
by women. This one is 105cm high by 180cm circumference (if opened
A superb example of Indonesian batik. Rare, classic and beautiful.