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Behind the Scenes

Block Printing

Block printing is an ancient textile tradition that originated in the Rajasthan Desert region of India centuries ago and is one of the oldest types of printmaking. Find out more


Dhurrie rugs are ancient flat-weave rugs with origins in India. They have strong, tightly woven, rustic weaves with no pile or backing making them reversible. Find out more

Bali blessing baskets (Keben)

The tradition of making the baskets has been passed down from generation to generation. Walking around the villages you will see woman with keben on their heads in a variety of patterns, designs and colours. Find out more

Indigo Dye

Indigo is an ancient plant-based dye with a distinctive blue colour made from the leaves of the plant through a process of fermentation. Throughout history indigo was revered and sought after as a valuable commodity, often been referred to as blue gold.  Find out more

Mother of Pearl Inlay

The delicate art of mother of pearl inlay can be traced back to ancient civilizations where it flourished in India. This intricate art was produced by craftsmen in Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Visahapattan to embellish thrones and doors at royal courts and temples. Find out more

Balinese Ceremonial Umbrellas

Bali umbrellas are used as part of traditional hindu ceremonies in Bali. They are said to date back to around the 13th century when they were introduced to Bali during the Majapahit era. The color of the umbrella reflects the type of ceremony occurring.  Find out more

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