Batik Silk Shawl with Multicolored Floral Motifs from Bali, "Ceplok Petals in Indigo"
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A traditional design originating from the Javanese city of Yogyakarta, ceplok often features geometric motifs. Bali's Yuni Kristina decorates this fine silk shawl with the batik method, where a wax resist is used with dyes in indigo, burgundy, and black over a body of ecru, resulting in beautiful floral ceplok motifs. Long, elegant fringes finish the shawl at each end.
- 70 grams
- 0.2 lbs
- Shawl: 183 cm L x 55 cm W
- Shawl: 72" L x 21.75" W
- Fringes: 10 cm L
- Fringes: 3.9" L
Yuni uses traditional batik processes such as canting and stamping to create her unique designs. These techniques have been handed down for generations and are among the characteristics that distinguish the art of batik. The importance of this traditional Indonesian art was acknowledge with the 2009 inclusion of Indonesian Batik on the Unesco Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Yuni Kristina has received 11 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $2500 and the most recent for $5000. Proceeds were used to purchase silk, canting tools, and batik stamps.
Since joining Novica, Yuni has seen steady growth in her workshop. She now provides work to other batik artisans to help produce her range of scarves and shawls.
Yuni has seen continuous growth in her textile project. She is now able to give jobs other batik artisans in her community.
The Women's Empowerment badge is awarded to female artisans or artisan groups that are led by women.
Yuni is proud to be able to educate her children and wants them to have a great future.
Yuni has three young children and provides for their care.