This batik is from the late 19th to early 20th century and is in excellent condition. Tiganegri refers to three regions where this cloth was worked on. Red from Lasem, blue from Pekalongan and brown soga from Surakarta. The center panel contains flowers and birds on a background of small circles called gringsing with sida muki diamond patterns contining elements of nature along with ships. Traditional protective double border with siret small lines and vines contain the entire cloth.
Hand drawn batik, single panel sewn by hand into a tube. European cotton cloth. Made with natural dyes in Kudus, Pekalongan and Surakarta, Java in late 19th early 20th century. Size 105 x 100 cm / 41.5 x 39.5 in
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