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MUSEUM BATIK DANAR HADI - Nglowong Process (Photo 7 of 11)

MUSEUM BATIK DANAR HADI - Nglowong Process
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MUSEUM BATIK DANAR HADI - Nglowong Process

After corekan, the next step is nglowong. Nglowong is a process of stamping or drawing the fabric using canting. The purpose is to put the wax on the fabric and to hamper the color in some places that are covered by the wax. Nglowong in one side of fabric is called ngengreng, and then continued by nerusi in the other side.

MUSEUM BATIK DANARHADI - The Most Complete Antique Batik Museum in the World
UNESCO has decided Batik as one of Indonesian heritages. Museum Batik Danarhadi is the best and the most complete antique batik museum in the world. It possesses more than ten thousand pieces of batik fabrics, one of them is Snow White Batik. Read more...