Uluwatu Handmade Balinese Lace - Bali
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With thirteen outlets in Bali and two recently opened in Malaysia, Uluwatu have managed to defy the odds and retain their traditions while becoming an international success. All of their exquisite white garments are hand made using traditional Balinese techniques, called 'krawang'. To make the lace, the material is stretched out onto hoops made of bamboo and sewn on old-style pedal-powered machines. Each garment takes between 3 and 5 days to produce, and its label bears the name of the person who produced it. Such is the pride with which our skilled and dedicated workers, from designers to skilled sewing artists, carries out their labour of love. Each product is a hand-written love-letter, to be cherished as a new item in your wardrobe and as a memory of your time in Bali.
Our bed linen is no less important, making superb items for any woman's home decoration and comfort. We use only pure cotton linen, rayon or viscose. Our emphasis is on quality and long life.
Rather than bowing to mainstream industrial production techniques, Uluwatu Handmade Balinese Lace has retained its popularity by sticking to tradition and providing high quality, valuable, wearable garments that make a special addition to any woman's wardrobe. Our garments are based on the tradition of Balinese women to 'dress up' in colourful sarongs and snow white lace kebayas for temple visits or dance presentations. In fact, kebayas are one of our biggest sellers.
From intricate dresses and clothing to impressive table and bed linens, each product is delicate and beautiful. Every piece recalls the artistic expression as a natural part of life in Bali. Factory workers are treated fairly and by sticking to traditional methods, the company protects their jobs.
The company has been producing handmade Balinese lace for over 30 years always updating the styles with a modern touch; this is one purchase you won't regret! Take home a real exclusive souvenir of real Balinese culture, a culture that persists in spite of the huge impact of tourism on the Paradise Island of Bali.
Thinking of getting married in Bali? How about letting us make your wedding dress. We can start preparing a dress according to your order and measurements, with a final fitting at our factory showroom in Sanur. We also make dresses to order for unusual sizes.
Visit one of our retail outlets at the following addresses in Bali:
Bali Collection, Block B3, Nusa Dua. Tel. 0361 772066
Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur. Tel. 0361 288037
Jalan Legian (left side) Kuta-Legian. Tel. 0361 763499
Jalan Legian (right side) Kuta-Legian. Tel. 0361 751933
Jalan Pantai, Kuta. Tel. 0361 755342
Jalan Laksamana, Seminyal. Tel. 0361 735973
Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud. Tel. 0361 977557
Jalan Raya Ubd, Ubud. Tel. 0361 973378
You will also find our products at:
Centro Department Store, Discovery Shopping Mall, Kuta. Tel. 769629
Satu Department Store, 1st Floor, Beach Walk, Kuta. Tel. 03618465001
Grand Hyatt Bali, Nusa Dua. Tel. 0361 77124
The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua. Yel. 0361 771906
InterContinental Bali Resort, Jimbaran. Tel. 0361 701888
For wholesale and export orders, contact our Head Office:
PT Uluwatu, Jalan ByPass Ngurah Rai n.59, Suwung Kangin, Denpasar - Bali, Indonesia Tel. 0361 752777
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