Tiga Negri – Three Countries: Several batik forms are referred to as three countries, and these combined the best styles and colors from several Javanese batik-making towns, all of which participated in their production. Motifs and colors of tiga negri batik are usually so distinctive that the origin of each piece can be easily traced. Usually the first waxing and dyeing was done in a north-coast town, the second waxing and final dyeing in central Java. Three countries batik was expensive because it traveled farthest and was thought to combine the best of all Javanese styles. Signed by Tjoa From Solo, Indonesia – Circa 1960.
Approximately $320.00 Flat Rate Shipping Approximately $20
|Dimensions||250 × 105 cm|