Brown Good Luck Gifts(93 items)
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Best. Snake. Ever.
I bought this for ME and I love it! The carving work is exceptional. I enjoy having this in a prominent spot in my home
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.
Wayan Rendah Wood sculptures
The artistry of Wayan Rendah has been featured in numerous periodicals, including Sunset magazine. "It gives me great pleasure when one of my statues inspires somebody," the artist says.
I was born in Bali on June 17, 1973. I'm the oldest of seven children in a family consisting of four brothers and three sisters. I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning from... read more
Popular Brown Good Luck Gifts
Unique Smoky Quartz Shambhala-style Bracelet, "Enduring Peace"$23.99
Rituu honors Buddhist meditation practices with the design of this bracelet. Meaning "bliss" in Sanskrit, the Shambhala-style bracelet symbolizes tranquility, peace and happiness – the oneness of all. Rituu expertly knots the cotton bracelet by hand with macramé techniques and crowns it with smoky quartz, nature's stone of endurance.
Handmade Suar Wood Relief Panel, "Baru Klinthing Dragon"$77.99
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.
Hand Carved Wood Dragon Sculpture, "Winged Dragon"$79.95
The recurrent theme of the dragon in Balinese art underscores the legendary animal's divinity in their culture, a motif that has not escaped the artistic eye of Seji Taram. Believed to be the guardian of the gods, this baby suar wood dragon with wings fiercely protects the sanctity of the home.