The Story of


Coconut Sugar Farmer

Watch The Story




Traditional Fabric Pattern

  • Batik Kawung Alit Gurdha
  • What is Batik?

The Kawung Alit Gurdha style of batik holds many different meanings. Some interpret the four geometric elliptical shapes as the four sources of natural energy or the four directions of the wind. Others view this shape as a lotus flower, a symbol of purity, while some connect the kawung motif to the fruit of the palm tree. The palm tree is very useful to human populations, so the use of this motif tends to emphasize returned service to the environment. 

Batik is a traditional fabric dyeing technique in which artisans apply dye-resisting wax to create beautifully ornate designs. Now popularized worldwide, we aim to honor batik’s Indonesian origins. Each of our labels features a distinctive and culturally significant motif unique to the areas where we’ve sourced our single-origin products as an homage to the communities that make our work possible. 

Meet Your Farmers

Not enough items available. Only [max] left.
Add to WishlistBrowse WishlistRemove Wishlist
Shopping cart

Your cart is empty.

Return To Shop

Add Order Note Edit Order Note
Add A Gift Wrap
Estimate Shipping
Add A Coupon

Estimate Shipping

Do you want a gift wrap? Only

Add A Gift Wrap

Add A Coupon

Coupon code will work on checkout page