Sarong Van Zuylen
Eliza van Zuylen is a batik maker legend in Indonesia. She is a Dutch woman. Eliza van Zuylen lived in Indonesia arround 1863 - 1947 when Dutch were colonizing Indonesia.
Dutch batik came into being & developed between 1840 & 1940, almost always in the form of a sarong and initially made only for the Dutch & Indo Dutch Eurasians, and primarily in the coastal region (Pekalongan).
Batik Tiga Negeri ( Three Country Batik)
Batik Tiga Negeri is a batik which was colorized in three cities: red in Lasem, blue in Pekalongan, and sogan in Solo. These three cities were called countries(negeri) because they have autonomy government when Netherland colonialism was happening in Indonesia.
Eliza Woman's Sarong
This batik design was made by Eliza van Zuylen. Eliza van Zuylen lived in Indonesia arround 1863 - 1947 when Dutch were colonizing Indonesia.
Kedungwuni Batik: Dewa-Dewa (Gods)
Dewa-dewa (Gods) is a batik motif from kedungwuni, a small area in Pekalongan. This motif was inspired by wayang (puppet shadow).
It is called Primisan because use Primis cotton as material with pattern motif.
Batik Pattern: Obar Abir (Zigzaged)
The width zigzaged lines were arranged to a horizontal which's one of pattern came down. The green parang motif & flower filled the grounds. Both of end were decorated by grasshopper teeth or brawn background.
Batik Motif: Garuda (Eagle)
Garuda (eagles) is flying above bouquet. Eagle is state symbol of Indonesia