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Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory
Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory

Traditional Hand-Carved Albesia Wood Decorative Vase - Island Glory

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Balinese artisan Citra combines minimalist trends and traditional motifs to create a sublime home accent, ready to add a refreshing touch to your environment. Crafted from albesia wood, this round decorative vase features a classic pattern as an homage to Gianyar's culture. Furthermore, the piece comes with a rustic finish enhanced by white accents, creating a unique aura reminiscent of the serene landscapes of the region.

  • Albesia wood
  • 0.33 lbs
  • 6 inches H x 6 inches Diam.

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Citra

Country: Indonesia

"I was born into a wood carving family in Bali. People have told me I'm friendly, funny, self-sufficient and fearless.

"My hometown, Ubud, is rich in culture, arts and ideas. I've liked Balinese dancing and traditional musical instruments ever since I was in elementary school, when I used to dance and play instruments for money. Besides performing, I also made crafts and worked in my father's shop.

"After graduating in Denpasar, I got married and had two children – a daughter and son. My husband is a kind person who supports my dreams, allowing me to seek skill training to build my talents. When my husband's business went bankrupt, I was able to help our little family.

"Becoming a mother was a memorable moment for me. I've matured, become wiser and more frugal, and I think about my children's future. Now I really understand how hard it was for my mother to raise us.

"My father taught me to create and design. I learned by observing my father's workers as they did wood carving and crafted furniture. I'll never forget my dad's words. He said, 'Be a risk-taker. Don't be afraid to fail in business. You have to be self-sufficient and believe that every person has their own fortune. People will not look down on you if you succeed.'

"While creating, I'm inspired by the rich art and culture of Bali and Lombok. My favorite art is ate grass-weaving, which is challenging, but very satisfying. I use ate grass and wood to make my creations. Currently, 25 of my father's workers are helping me. We only use manual tools like knives, chisels, mallets, saws and sandpaper. The one feature that makes my creations different from others is the finish.""

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