Balinese Coconut Shell(157 items)
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Featured Reviews on Balinese Coconut Shell
By Tobey Z
Delicate and powerful
I am delighted with the presence of this humble material turned magic! I cherish this piece. It now contains my most prized healing crystal. It s space creates an exquisite home for powerful healers. The artist aptly named it Golden Palace.
By native texan
This is a unique cross!
I have collected crosses since I was a child and this cross is truly a collectors item! The artist has captured a cross enclosed in a coconut shell. It is truly a different sort of cross for the cross lover. It is so pretty with a dellicate cross surrounded by a coconut shell. It is a nice addition to my collection of crosses!
Lovely plumeria sculpture
I couldnt imagine such detailed carving of a coconut shell, but its real! This is so pretty and always noticed by guests. Im glad the base is provided. Im very happy with my purchase!
Putra Suteja Coconut shell sculptures
"I don't want to limit my work to certain themes only. Religion, mythology, daily life, and nature are inspirational to me, as well as my own cultural history.”
Popular Balinese Coconut Shell
Gorilla-Shaped Coconut Shell Bird Feeder from Bali, "Gorilla Buddy"$23.99
Handcrafted in the shape of a gorilla's face, 'this bird feeder from Bali features a design by Widanti. Working with local artisans, she creates the feeder from a coconut shell, using the fibers to mimic the animal's fur. Two googly eyes complete this charming outdoor accessory, as friendly birds make a home within its mouth.
Hand Crafted Balinese Coconut Shell Thumb Piano, "Turtle Kalimba"$19.99
Turtles swim happily over a dried coconut shell and beneath stainless steel leaves in this gorgeous or thumb piano, by Balinese artisan Trisna Dewi. Traditionally a musical instrument from Africa, this plucked idiophone produces a hollow tone when the tines are strummed. The word is a Bantu word which means "little music."
Handmade Minimalistic Coconut Tree Bark Wind Chime from Bali, "Bali Serenade"$69.99
Balinese artisan Trisna Dewi designs this charming handmade wind chime using a part of the coconut tree called 'kloping' or calyx. Kloping is brown in color and protects the coconut flower and fruit like a shell, and it's common for traditional Balinese artists to use this part of the tree in their crafts. The whimsical piece of kloping creates a slender, minimalist curve, and the hand-tuned aluminum pipes send serene notes through the air whenever the wind blows. This would make a lovely accent inside the home, and if used outside the calming sounds will brighten any atmosphere.