Collection: Cotton Batiks

Our batik collection is produced in a unique cottage industry by specialist craftsmen who pass their skills from generation to generation. Batik is a Javanese word and can derive from amba ('to write') and titik ('dot'). The batik process refers to a dye technique using a wax resist. Wax designs are drawn on the fabric and then it is soaked in a particular colour with the wax resisting the dye. Boiling water is then applied to remove the wax and another design can be applied and then dyed if mutiple colours are required. Although Batik fabrics are most associated with Java, other Indonesian islands also are associated with producing Batiks.

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  • Cotton Batik 02
    Cotton Batik 02
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  • 50's Batik 02
    50's Batik 02
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  • 50's Batik Bamboo JLB0122 col 02
    50's Batik Bamboo JLB0122 col 02
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  • 50's Batik Lilac Ink Spots 02
    50's Batik Lilac  Ink Spots 02
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  • 50's Batik Marble 01
    50's Batik Marble 01
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  • 50's Batik 01
    50's Batik 01
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