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Batik artist shows her beautifully executed batik skirt length which indicates by its two intensities of indigo dye that it has been waxed twice.  I bought this length for my collection with the help of the school girl on the left who helped us barter by writing and interpreting the figures for the older lady.  Note the embroidered sleeves which can be removed and are placed over the sleeve of the jacket.  Da Shu Jia village, Xin Zhou township, Longlin county, Guangxi province 0010i18.jpg
Batik artist shows her beautifully executed batik skirt length which indicates by its two intensities of indigo dye that it has been waxed twice.  I bought this length for my collection with the help of the school girl on the left who helped us barter by writing and interpreting the figures for the older lady.  Note the embroidered sleeves which can be removed and are placed over the sleeve of the jacket.  Da Shu Jia village, Xin Zhou township, Longlin county, Guangxi province
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