Contemporary Batik Robe with Mask

AUD $95.00

Contemporary designs using the traditional technique of batik tulis.  Designed by Pak Nova Riyanto in Solo, Central Java, this range is a burst of colour combining ancient practice with modern living.

From this magnificent batik, Tradisi has designed a range of stunning cotton jackets which are the perfect summertime art piece to wear over swimwear, with jeans or dress up for an evening out.  During winter hang it on your wall as an artwork.

Premium quality 100% cotton

Batik, just like people, is never perfect.  There will always be small inconsistencies as it is produced using ancient artistry.  Small faults contribute to making these handmade garments so special.

Length 90cm, 120cm from sleeve to sleeve

Other styles made-to-order, all enquiries welcome

Each robe comes with a matching reversible, reusable mask with pouch for protection
Stunning batik masks for protection with beauty.
• Reversible cotton mask with handmade batik on each side
• Adjustable nose clip
• Pocket allows you to easily insert regular size filters if required
• Batik pouch to keep mask safe when not in use
It does not replace an N-95 mask and does not come with filters.  However, worn without a filter they catch droplets released when speaking, coughing and sneezing and also bring awareness to touching your face and mouth.  Filters can be inserted as required.
Mask 24x13cm

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Category: SKU: BSSD-1-2-1-1-1-1-2-1-1-1


Tulis is the premium style of batik where the entire design is applied by hand using a tool called a canting (pronounced chanting). It is a pen-like instrument made from a small copper reservoir with a spout on a wooden handle. The reservoir holds the hot wax which flows through the spout.

The cloth is then dipped in dye or the colour is painted on. After the cloth is dry the wax is removed by boiling the cloth. The areas treated with wax keep their original colour. This process is repeated as many times depending how many colours are desired. The process can take days or even weeks for more complex designs and colours.

Click here to see batik being made

Additional information

Weight 0.50 kg