Captivating the nation with its beauty for decades, the orchid was proclaimed as one of Indonesia’s national flowers known as puspa pesona.
The orchid’s charms lie in its unique petals. This brooch adds to its uniqueness with a touch of Indonesia’s most popular batik pattern, Batik Megamendung.
Can be used with necklace (sold separately)
The Legong Dance was believed to be created from King of Sukawati (1775- 1825), I Dewa Agung Made Karna’s, dream during a state of meditation where he saw angels in heaven dancing with gold headdresses. This pendant represents the Legong dancer. Traditionally, Legong was only for royal entertainment performed by young girls and are regarded highly in society. Today, it is widely performed in cultural events.
This pendant forms a Monstera Leaf, a popular decorative plant. What is interesting about Monstera Leaves are the spaces between its fingers, formed by preforation from intense water drops. The leaf is adorned with Megamendung Batik patterns. The pattern symbolizes that a person must be able to control their emotions in any situation.
All of our brooches can be used as a necklace pendant (sold separately).
Notorious for its strong odor, Rafflesia Arnoldii is known around the world as the “corpse lilly”. One of the national flowers of Indonesia (puspa bangsa), this rare flower is endemic to the rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo,
At the center of this pendant lies an Indonesian Mabe South Sea Pearl.
Can be used with necklace (sold separately).
This pendant incorporates the Batik Parang pattern, one of the oldest patterns descending from the Mataram Kartasura kingdom (now Solo). Parang is derived from the word parang meaning slope, represented in the pattern by diagonal lines. The batik is composed of an arrangement of intertwining S patterns which represents continuity, with the basic S shape inspired by waves representing resilience.
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