Balinese Culture(601 items)
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This pendant is gorgeous and well made. I constantly receive compliments on it whenever I wear it. Just beautiful!
Even better in person!
I am very happy with my purchase, it is well made and beautiful. The subtle blue tones on the bracelet makes it so different.
Symbol of Bali
The ring fits comfortably on my finger. Its shining silver is worked into a beautifully detailed elephant in processional regalia. I like its heft and the way its subject pulls me immediately into a faraway country.
Nyoman Subrata Masks and wood sculptures
The artistry of I Nyoman Subrata has been featured in dozens of periodicals in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., and on PBS television.
"In the beginning, my older brother, Wayan Sukamara, taught me the various techniques of sanding and... read more
Popular Balinese Culture
Bronze Statuette of Balinese Buddha, "Earth Witness"$49.99
Meditating, Buddha sits in the lotus pose with his hands in the . This or hand gesture represents the moment when Buddha achieved enlightenment. As the story goes, Buddha was sitting in meditation with his left hand resting palm up in his lap, and his right hand touching the earth. Buddha was challenged by a demon, who asked him for a witness that would attest to his right to achieve enlightenment. To reply he touched the ground, asking Pthivi (the devi of the earth) that she witness his enlightenment. Adi Noviantara of Bali creates this beautiful statuette from bronze, with a slightly antiqued finish.
Handcrafted Sterling Silver Elephant Cocktail Ring from Bali, "Ceremonial Elephant"$39.99
As the child of silversmiths, artisan Cahya Krisna grew up with a passion for creativity and working with silver. He uses the knowledge that has been passed to him by his parents to create this stunning cocktail ring that is perfect for a Balinese accent to your look. Handcrafted from sterling silver, the crown of the ring is graced by a beautiful elephant adorned with traditional and motifs, while the sides of the band feature more elegant swirling openwork.
Truntum Motif Batik Wood Decorative Bowl from Bali, "Truntum Parade"$29.99
Signifying the strong bonds of love, motifs are found within this decorative bowl from Indonesia. Gunadi designs this decorative bowl, which is carved from wadang wood and carefully decorated using the batik technique, where a wax resist informs the designs before the application of dyes.