Thursday, November 15, 2012

genuine batik clothes Banjarnegara

Batik works of two-dimensional art today is not the monopoly of the nobility alone, but has become a fashion that began favored by almost all walks of life, both adults and children. Banjarnegara regency, Central Java is one of the districts have craft with Gumelem Village, District Susukan as sentranya.
Some sources are managed for comment said, batik "Gumelem" has been around a long time along with the establishment Gumelem fief under the influence of Kraton Surakarta who later became Kademangan area. The golden age of "Batik Gumelem" a few decades ago have deteriorated along with the change in status kedemangan. Melunturnya sacred values in people's daily life also adds to gloomy world of batik in that area.
However, since the appeal of the District Government digulirkannya Banjarnegara. on the use of clothing "Batik Gumelem" for Civil Servants since 2003, is now the world batik in Banjarnegara positive developments despite consumer price sheet batik forced to spend more.
Along with the condition that the fashion designer in Banjarnegara seems too good to savor the moments with features on fashion models are quite fashionable slang even longer, so clothing is usually only used by adults in formal occasions and as the official dress for Civil Servants civil on every Wednesday through Saturday, has now penetrated into the bright layers of society in Banjarnegara.
hectic world batik in Banjarnegara, can be seen from the number of craftsmen who reached approximately 150 people of the total number who only lived 22 people in 2003. Total production of batik also continued to increase along with the influx of the number of orders.
Recognizing batik as a valuable cultural heritage craft that needs to be preserved, the District Government through Dekranasda Banjarnegara since 2003 holding a variety of training, the provision of equipment and capital, competition and fashion design batik and batik Banjarngara hold a degree at Central Java.
Now batik Banjarnegara have found the trend. Batik craftsmen like Ny. Sartinem (65 th) of the village Gumelem Kulon certainly want that will last longer, making batik activities can actually be used as a source of livelihood especially for women.
For a Sartinem, preserve national culture, appears to be the principal reason for the mother to three children's developed batik "Gumelem". In the village Gumelem Wetan and Gumelem Kulon and Village Penarusan Wetan, batik activities has now become a livelihood by some people especially mothers.

According to him, Gumelem batik patterns are divided into two categories, namely classical batik patterns that emphasize black, brown and yellow as well as modern or contemporary batik that emphasizes contemporary coloring. A wide range of classical batik including Sedapur Pring, Elephant Uling, Udan Lyrical, Ginger Serimpang, Sida Mukti, Grinting, stern, galaran, Sida Sublime, Carving Udar, Sekar Jagat, Grain Wutah, Parang Angkuk and Coffee Break. As for the modern or contemporary style that emphasizes contemporary colors such Sawung Alit, Lumbu Pari, Kawung Ceplokan, kantil Rinonce, Sekar Tirta, Choose Slam, Salak Rojo and Sekar Kinasih.
Touching on the process of making batik cloth, briefly Ny. Sartinem explained that batik was a night to write a melted on the stove on a cloth that has been previously patterned by using a canting. The finished cloth was then given written with the dyed colors. Dyeing process can be repeated depending on the number of colors desired. So do not be surprised if a single sheet of batik cloth of time it takes to reach a week, while for fine batik cloth that could reach a half months.
With eleven of its workforce, every month Ny. Sartinem capable of producing about 100 pieces of batik usual. While batik with a higher level of difficulty, each new month can produce as much as approximately 15 pieces. Harganyapun berfariasi ranging from Rp 70 thousand to Rp 350 thousand. While the types of batik are often produced is a kind of batik at around Rp 90 thousand to Rp 120 thousand.

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