Balinese Decorative Bowls and Plates(31 items)
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Featured Reviews on Balinese Decorative Bowls and Plates
A Perfect Home Decoration...
? this is a real piece of fine art. Gorgeous design, colours, and high quality craftsmanship. Very happy with this purchase! Thanks!
Wood Batik decorative bowls - Javanese Vines
These are so finely made, it is hard to believe that they are hand made (and not lazered out in a factory). Just beautiful. Under each one in peach pen is the written warning that they are for decorative use only. Hoping this could be put on a sticker next time? still highly recommended.
Gunadi Wood batik centerpieces and ornaments
"In Java... batik is closely associated with traditional ceremonies. There are philosophies contained in the art of batik."
In Java, arts and crafts are typically used... read more
Popular Balinese Decorative Bowls and Plates
Truntum Motif Batik Wood Decorative Bowl from Bali, "Truntum Parade"$37.99
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.
2 Fish-Shaped Decorative Wood Batik Bowls from Java, "Java Fish"$25.99
Working in the time-honored technique of hand-painted batik art, Omi Setiawan creates two pretty decorative bowls. The albesia wood is carved into the shape of fish, and adorned with colorful flowers as well as traditional batik motifs.
2 Hand Painted Batik Leaf-Shaped Wood Bowls, "Java Leaf"$27.99
Omi Setiawan creates two pretty decorative bowls, working in the time-honored technique of hand-painted batik art. Albesia wood is carved into the shape of leaves, and adorned with a colorful flower as well as traditional batik motifs in red.
Wood batik centerpieces (Set of 3), "Javanese Vines"$39.99
From Gunadi, these decorative bowls showcase the ancient Javanese art of batik. Three centerpieces in graduated sizes are carved from native wadang wood. The motif in red, cream and black is called and refers to the relationship between China and Java, dating back to Ming Dynasty.