Keepers of the Arts - Batik Gifts(186 items)
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I bought this as a gift to myself after a similar one I bought my mother was such a hit. The length was perfect. The colors are beautiful and not too overwhelming. The robe is comfortable and perfect for the summer.
This is my second purchase of this same robe. I love the colors and the fabric. It is easy care, looks beautiful straight from the dryer. The only ironing I have found I need to do is to the belt which is completely removable.
ELegance from a fashionista!!!
love love im 59 and 125 lbs it will fit anyone the length is perfect deep pockets not the run of the mill beautifull packaging will be buying more durig covid
Saktut Raitawati Batik robes and apparel
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Popular Keepers of the Arts - Batik Gifts
Artisan Crafted Unique Batik Wall Hanging, "Initiation into Womanhood"
Dressed in her best, a girl carries a calabash on her head. Edward Adeniran creates a batik wall hanging of radiant beauty, depicting a teen at the threshold of adulthood. "When a girl is born into kinship and she grows up, she must be initiated into womanhood by carrying the jewelry that her parents gave her to the venue of the ceremony. This is mainly practiced by the Yoruba tribe in the Western part of Nigeria," the Ghanaian artisan explains.
Handcrafted Black Batik Robe with Dragonflies from Bali, "Night Dragonflies"$64.99
Wrap yourself in the cool comfort of this luxurious long-sleeved hand-painted robe. Designed by Balinese artisan Desak Nyoman Parwati, the robe's design of light blue dragonflies on a black is achieved with , a resist dyeing technique. Lovely and comfortable, its flattering front-wrap style, wide sleeves and matching belt bring a touch of Balinese chic anywhere you are.
Batik Cotton Shopping Tote Bags (Set of 3), "Jawadwipa Legacy"$54.99
Java's Wahyu Sulistiani puts together a set of three trendy totes that also fold and zip up, ideal to keep in the handbag. Working with batik techniques on cotton, Sulistiani selects the ancient Javanese theme which includes the (dagger) in cream, red, yellow and blue. The second bag with a palette of maroon, black and brown hues is decorated with the once favored by Javanese sultans for it represents the beauty and might of Javanese culture. The third bag features the after the island of the same name, and features floral motifs in shades of brown, purple and black.
Purple and Magenta Cotton Batik Shirt for Men from Bali, "Purple Jungle"$49.99
This handsome men's cotton shirt is the creation of Saktut Raitawati in Bali. She employs time-honored batik techniques to create a pattern reminiscent of a tropical jungle choked with vegetation in shades of light purple on magenta. The short-sleeved shirt features classic button-down styling, a straight hem and a spread collar.