Indian Batik(125 items)
Welcome to the Indian Batik Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Batik
My favorite wallet!
Beautifully made and very functional! I like wallets with lots of pockets and places to stash stamps, coupons, you name it. This wallet has lots of slots for organizing! The fabric has gotten a bit dirty from constant use, but its still very pretty and has held up well.
For your friend who loves purses
I have a friend who is thrilled with new clutch purses, as she doesnt like to carry a full size bag. This is a lovely, cheerful, well made, different clutch that delighted her when I showed it to her from the website. Now that she has received it, shes extremely pleased.
Popular Indian Batik
Wave Motif Batik Cotton Cosmetic Bag in Azure from India, "Creative Design in Azure"$19.99
Sporting a creative design with wave motifs in azure and Caribbean blue over a snow white hue, this cotton cosmetic bag is designed by Indian duo Krishna ans Sharda. They work with local artisans, who decorate the bag using the batik method, where a wax resist is block-printed onto the fabric before it is treated with the dyes. This bag can be held by hand or via a wrist strap. It opens with a zipper to a cotton-lined interior in taupe.
Handmade Traditional Batik Cotton Wall Hanging from India, "Fresh Vegetable Vendor"$37.99
Indian artisan Siddique designs this lovely batik wall hanging depicting a woman in traditional attire selling vegetables in a village. The hanging features a black background and loops at the top for inserting a rod.
Red and Orange Striped Crackle Batik 100% Cotton Scarf, "Maroon Queen"$25.99
Indians artisan Hayat Gutti creates this beautiful scarf, made with a batik and block print design method. The scarf is 100% cotton and features a crackled and striped motif. Wear this scarf casually or use it to dress up an outfit.
Rural Woman Batik Cotton Wall Hanging by India Artisan, "Pots of Water"$34.99
Indian artisan Siddique beautifully portrays rural life in this batik wall hanging. A village woman adorned in traditional attire and jewelry carries two pots of water on her head from the village well or maybe from the nearby riverside. She gracefully balances the pots on her head without spilling a drop. Rich colors in tones of red, sky blue, mustard yellow, beige, off white, peach, olive green and black are all used in the design, and help to create the feeling of heat and sun that characterizes life in India. The decorative piece is marked by multiple loops at the top for hanging on a rod, and black cotton borders help create a neat finish.