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Coconut shell vase, 'Cinnamon Snowcone'

Item # 46582
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Combining tropical textures, Ketut Sukayasa conjures a vanilla snow cone. He works in cinnamon sticks and coconut shell on albesia wood for this handsome handcrafted vase. Made in Indonesia.
  • For decorative use only
  • Not watertight
  • 11.0" H x 4.7" Diam.
  • Weight: 1.7 lb
  • Cinnamon, coconut shell and albesia wood
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 9 to 17 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Ketut Sukayasa

Artisan Ketut Sukayasa Artisan Ketut Sukayasa was born to a farm family in a village in Bali. 'I'm the youngest of four children and the only one to become an artisan,' he recalls. 'After I finished secondary school, I decided to try and make a living from handcrafted art. I use coconut shells, bamboo, and other readily available materials. Then I also started to make decorative tableware. Although I've been creating handcrafted work for people to enjoy, I haven't had time to decorate my own home. I'm just too busy!'

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