Batik Prints

The batik print is a cloth used for garments in the East, Java, Malay, etc. The sarong is the usual and principal garment for men and women and was decorated originally by the natives in this style of print. A good style of this printed fabric in the Batik colours is illustrated (see Javanese Batik)

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