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    • Kain Batik Bengkulu Besurek

      Rp 18,000,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Length : 85″ (216 cm)
      ∙ Width : 45.2″ (115 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Iron Low on Reverse Side
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 2,400,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Length : 95.3″ (242 cm)
      ∙ Width : 40.5″ (103 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 2,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Length : 90.5″ (230 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 3,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 95.5″ (242.5 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some hole and minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 3,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Length : 96″ (244 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.7″ (106 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 3,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 96.5″ (245 cm)
      ∙ Width : 40.3″ (102.5 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 4,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Length : 92.9″ (236 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      That means it’s dominated by flowers and plants, like seen from its isen.

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 4,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 98.2″ (249.5 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 5,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 98.4″ (250 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some hole and minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 6,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 99.6″ (253 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.3″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some hole and minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 8,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Length : 96.2″ (244.5 cm)
      ∙ Width : 42.1″ (107 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      Rp 8,900,000

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Length : 99.8″ (253.5 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.7″ (106 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

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