Overall: 8.8" H x 6.8" W
Projection Depth: 3.1
Wearing a florid blangkon headscarf, this gentleman comes from javanese nobility. Handaru Baskoro hand-carves the mask from pule wood and uses traditional batik techniques to decorate it with the ceplok and grompol. In ceplok, circular rosettes, stars or other small shapes form an overall symmetric pattern, whereas the grompol (''coming together'') is often worn for wedding ceremonies as the pattern symbolizes the coming together of a harmonious marriage, the arrival of children, good luck, and...