A jarit cloth used to denote high status. The structure of the cloth is a representation of the agricultural rice growing landscapes.
The batik motif is called ganggeng which is a reference to a water that plants that grows rapidly. It is symbolic of regeneration and is often offered as a marriage gift.
Threads of Life is working to recover the indigo dye recipes with this village in Tuban, Java. Waxed pattens in handspun textile are sent to Bali where the Threads of Life dye studio dyes them and removes the wax.
Information about the makers will be supplied with each cloth. Batik hand drawn, single panel, handspun cotton. Woven and batiked in Tuban, dyed by the Threads of Life Dye Studio in Ubud, Bali, 2022. Size 314 x 83 cm / 123.5 x 32.5 in
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