A traditional copper stamp with the kawung motif has been used to apply a wax resist to this scarf. The kawung motif has been used in Java for 100’s of years. It symbolizes hope, and fertility. It was forbidden to be used by anyone outside the royal family years ago. The color is derived from indigo, one of the original natural dyes used for batik. From Cirebon, Java. 21″ wide and 66″ long.