Wednesday, July 21, 2010

BATIK nitik Karawitan

Dyes: Natural Soga
Uses: As a long cloth
Typical characteristics: kerokan
Element Motifs: Ceplok
Philosophy: A wise person Users


Dyes: Natural Soga
Uses: As a bridal procession of the fabric
Element Motifs: Parang, Gurda, Meru
Typical characteristics: kerokan
Philosophy: Used of middle class, to make it look manly

Batik Parangkusumo

Dyes: Naphtol
Purpose: As the fabric of exchange rings
Element Motifs: Parang, Mlinjon
Typical characteristics: kerokan
Philosophy: Kusumo means flower that blooms, it is expected the wearer look beautiful


Dyes: Natural Soga
Uses: As long as the engagement of cloth
Element Motifs: Parang, Ceplok, and other Truntum
Philosophy: Pamiluto derived from the word "sticky rice", meaning the glue, in the Java language can be meant kepilut [interested].

Kawung BATIK

Dyes: Naphtol
Uses: As Long Cloth
Element Motif: Geometric
Philosophy: Ordinary wear the king and his family as a symbol of courage and justice

Sido Mukti BATIK

Dyes: Natural Soga
Uses: As a cloth in the marriage ceremony
Element Motifs: Gurda
Philosophy: It is expected that the adequacy and happiness always.


Dyes: Natural Soga
Uses: As a "Semek'an" and Kemben. Wear during the ceremony "Mitoni"
Element Motifs: Meru, Gurda
Philosophy: Cuwiri means small, is expected that the wearer looks decent and respected