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Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels
Dancing Angels
Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels
Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels
Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels
Dancing Angels
Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels
Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels

Holiday Ornaments - Set of 4 - Dancing Angels

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Dancing angels bring wishes for a cheerful holiday season in this set of ornaments from Bali. Togog Suyasa crafts each albesia wood ornament by hand with natural perasok threads for the hair. Beautifully hand-painted, each angelic ornament hangs from golden cords.

  • Albesia wood, natural fibers, nylon trim and iron hooks
  • 1 oz
  • Each: 3.7 inches H x 3.9 inches W x 0.4 inches D


Artisan Organization: Togog Suyasa

Country: Bali and Java

"I'm the son of farmers, born in Tampaksiring as the third of four children. When I was in the second year of elementary school, my father passed away from a disease that spread due to the disaster brought on by an eruption from Mount Agung. Our financial conditions became very limited after his death, so I used to work hard to help my mother and sisters. I learned to carve wood and worked as an artisan after school so I could afford to pay the school fees, help mother with food and also cover the school fees for my sisters. I finished elementary school, but I couldn't afford the fees to continue on to middle school.

"Bali is very nice — it has so many beautiful places and a rich culture. Most of the people in my neighborhood are carvers too, specializing in either wood or bone. We have so many ideas to develop our designs. I learned to carve wood for the first time from my neighbor. He was a kind man and he knew about our family's strained condition. He offered me wise words of advice, encouraging me to work hard so my children wouldn't suffer the same problems I did. I sold my first carvings to him and, after that, I also sold them at Sukawati market, which is a famous market in Bali that offers traditional handcrafted work by local artisans.

"In 1977, I married a beautiful woman, and we have two daughters and a son. Becoming a father meant assuming more responsibilities, more expenses and more hard to work to ensure a brighter future. People know me as a kind and smart man. My wife helps me, and we opened a shop nearby to sell my designs. We have offered work to many artisans from the community to help me when I receive large orders. But after the bombing tragedy in Bali, we hardly had any customers, and finally we had to decide to temporarily close the shop. I only do a small amount of designs now.

"For materials, I use woods, coconut shell and metals. Now I work with the help of five artisans only, and we work with manual tools like knives, saws, chisels and mallets.

"I knew about NOVICA some time ago from a friend, and now my daughter Eka and son Komang Agus Saputra are featured artisans. Since our designs and skills are different, I also would like to work with you to show my work worldwide.""

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