Batik printing block, cap, made of bands of copper alloy formed into the shape of a carriage drawn by a pair of horses. A driver in the shape of a wayang figure holds the reins. The sides of the bands on the lower surface can be dipped into hot wax and the wax impressed onto the surface of a piece of cloth. On the upper side is a handle. This is an unusual design for a batik stamp.
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