Batik Pattern – Indonesian Intangible World Heritage Declared by UNESCO

The Beautiful Indonesian Batik Pattern                    Yes the pictures I attached here come from a Batik Store called Dahlia Art. They provide Batik Scarfs (made of pure silk), Batik pattern bags, and even mobile phone cases, pencil cases, and wallets.

Not only beautiful, Indonesian Batik pattern has been declared as one of precious intangible heritage of UNESCO. Using Batik, I’m honestly very proud as not only it shows from where I come from, but it also has made a lot of compliments to Batik products I have.

Besides these, Batik pattern can also be found in dresses, shirts, table clothes, and many more, just as long as we love the pattern, it’s possible to make it into anything 😉

Pictures were taken at Fiera Artigiano at Rho Fiera Milano in Milan (Nov 30 – Dec 8, 2013)

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