Balinese Corporate Gifts(120 items)
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Great for your favorite photo!
I put my Moms photo in here and it looks great! Perfect size for those small wallet size photos! I like it so much I bought more than one!
On Display For All To Enjoy
This piece has such detail. How the artist was able to show so much detail is a mystery to me. Just beautiful. I definitely recommend buying from this artist. Magnificent work. Such warmth and peace just seems to spur from this piece. It is sure to put a joyful smile on your face.
Yuni Kristina Silk batik shawls and scarves
"My mother is my inspiration. She and I still design together, especially the floral and bird motifs that are typical in Pekalongan batik.”
“My name is Yuni Kristina and I was born in 1983 in Wonokerto, Pekalongan, Central Java. As part of Pekalongan regency, which is known as the ‘World’s City of Batik’, people in Wonokerto are also producing batik. Most housewives in Wonokerto are making batik... read more
Popular Balinese Corporate Gifts
Bayleaf Earring Stand Sculpture Hand-carved Wood, "Daun Salam"$23.99
Watan Weta combines aesthetics and functionality in the design of this earring display stand. Carved by hand of jempinis wood, the sinewy branch features three lush leaves with discreet perforations for the earrings. The tree holds nine pairs of earrings.
Sterling Silver and Pearl Pendant Necklace, "Sacred White Lotus"$44.99
Prized for its purity, the lotus lives in muddy water yet is untouchably wholesome and clean, thus it reflects the highest expression of beauty. Nyoman Rena creates the pristine flower in sterling silver, centered by a lustrous pearl, which represents June´s birthstone. The elegant pendant hangs from a sleek silver cord.
.925 Sterling silver
Handmade Suar Wood Relief Panel, "Baru Klinthing Dragon"$69.99
Masterfully carving Balinese suar wood, Seji Taram recalls the legend of the dragon, Baru Klinthing. He was born to a concubine of Ki Ageng Mangir II, a rebel, who would never accept a dragon as his son unless the creature could wrap its entire body around Mount Merapi. To accomplish this, Baru Klinthing had to use his tongue to reach his tail. The angry father cut off the dragon's tongue, which became a powerful spear and source of power.