NOVICA Blue Batik Patterned Robe, 'Sapphire Dreams' (One Size Fits Most) : Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry

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NOVICA, The Impact Marketplace, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured - we’ll do everything we possibly can to ensure you’re a happy customer.About this item: Mysterious blue motifs emerge from muted plum clouds, whispering of sapphire dreams. Desak Nyoman Parwati explores their nuances of color in an intricate batik design. She crafts this extraordinary robe with a flattering front-wrap style, wide sleeves and matching belt for leisure beauty. This handpainted batik robe is a truly original work of art. Sunlight, water, dye and temperature all factor into the look of the finished robe. This should be considered a unique design made especially for you. Colors and pattern placement will vary. Robe :51.0" Length (from high-point shoulder) x 45.0" Bust x 27.5" Sleeve (center neck to cuff) Belt :79.0" L x 1.6" WOne size fits mostHand wash separately in cold waterDry in the shadeHandcrafted batik art--colors and pattern placement will varyAbout our Artist: My name is Desak Nyoman Parwati and I was born in Bali on October 3 1972. I learned how to make batik from Desak Putu Nithi, in 1989. When I worked with her, she taught me many things about textiles and hand-painting batik. The thing I like about her is her dedication to her work and her concern for the people working with her. On March 5, 2000, I started my own art workshop. I create various kind of dresses from hand-painting batik textiles. I get the inspiration from the model magazines. I take some designs I like from magazines and adapt them to the Indonesian culture. I work with rayon, cotton, linen, and crinkle cloth to make the dresses. For the coloring I use sulfur and remasol color. I have built my career step by step. I started by asking my neighbors to come to my place to look...

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