You all know how much I love, love, love JENGGALA Ceramics! I’ve featured Jenggala here and here. I absolutely love their tea pots and the tea pot + heating tray made a great gift for one of my best GFs, Kath. (I hope you are loving it too sweety!) So I just wanna share with you my super pretty and unique oil burner from JENGGALA and their newsletter which announces that their online shop now delivers to the Philippines!
To whet your appetites, here’s my JENGGALA oil burner…
Jenggala Keramik began in 1976 as a small experimental cottage industry in Sanur, Bali, with the collaboration of the late New Zealand designer-potter Brent Hesselyn, the late Indonesian hotelier Wija Waworuntu and his daughter Ade. Various international and local talents have contributed to their development over the last twenty years, and today, a team of artisans in a massive factory in Jimbaran produce high quality, handcrafted ceramic and glassware of critical acclaim for the international market.
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- MAP (Make-a-Pot) Fun with Clay (Intro to pottery): 2hrs, 320k/person, 2kg of clay, glazing, firing
- MAP Beginning potter 4 hours in 2 sessions, 600k/person, 3kgs of clay, coloring/glazing, firing
- MAP pieces are ready in 13-15 days
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- PAP items ready in 3-4 days
- PAP prices start from 40k to 230k
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Jenggala Factory Outlet
- Jalan Sunset no.1, Kuta, Bali
- T: 62 361 766 466
- They also have a small shop in SANUR – opposite Hardy’s on Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur, Bali
Jenggala store in Jakarta
- Jl. Benda Raya 2A Kemang, South Jakarta
- Tel: 021 780 5710
Just chanced upon your blog and it’s very engaging! Actually getting lots of ideas. On a side note, my husband was assigned in Jakarta for 2 years and still raves about it. Although of course, home is something else. Best of luck to you! And keep the posts coming. Your blog helps new wives like me! Following you at Twitter.
Hi Emma, I’m so glad my blog is giving you ideas and helping out in some way. Your wonderful compliments just made my day! =D When was he assigned in Jakarta? Do ask him for me if he has some must sees/must dos/must eats! I’d love to add some stuff to my Jakarta bucket list. =) Thanks so much for your lovely comment & for following me on twitter! All the best to you and your hubby! P.S. You’re hubby wouldn’t happened to be named Bimbo would it?
Hi, I just stumbled upon your website while googling jenggala. I love your blog!
Is the jenggala factory outlet in kuta cheaper than the uluwatu?
Hi Dezzyreenna, thank you for the wonderful compliment! The factory outlets are always cheaper yes… with a few minor defects, so you really have to check the items you are purchasing. I usually look in the outlets first then if I don’t find anything, I go to the Uluwatu showroom, which has a wider selection. Hope this helps!
Jane Webster says
New to Jakarta from London and wondering where to start looking to decorate our huge (by UK standards) home. I came across your lovely blog and have noted down all the shops – they look fantastic and I can’t wait to start exploring! Was wondering, perhaps you might have a suggestion where to buy rugs? I would like to get some in a similar style to the ones we unfortunately left behind (they were actually Ziegler rugs from Pakistan, but I am hoping to find some locally that have a similar look, as this would also suit our English country house style).
Dear Jane, unfortunately I cannot help you much when it comes to rugs. This is the one thing I never ever bought in Asia because Jakarta and Manila are really dusty cities and I have a dog so I rug would have been a dust magnet for me. Not only is it really hard to clean, but I have asthma and am allergic to dust.
I would see some middle eastern looking carpet stores in Jalan Fatmawati and other streets around the Kebayoran Baru area but I never went in to check them out. You can also trying driving through Jalan Senopati to check. In Jakarta I would usually go around with my driver and when I see an interesting store, i go down and explore. There are so many hidden gems.
Now that I am in Europe, I am considering getting rugs, because it’s so cold here and it’s not dusty. Luckily for me, my very plain taste is suitable to IKEA haha!
Good luck on your new life in Jakarta! Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with!
Jane Webster says
Thanks for your help. I expect your reasons for not buying may be why we were advised not to bring! Except the floors are huge and hard, and I wish we had at least brought a couple with us for the kids to play or sit on. Perhaps I will wait for the Jakarta IKEA to open soon and get some plain neutral ones!
Ooooh! When is IKEA opening in Jakarta? How exciting. You are so so lucky!!! We would travel all the way to SG and KL just for some IKEA shopping when we were based there because it was so hard to find affordable room organisers in Jakarta.
I remember my friends who have kids would have those rubber jigsaw puzzle liners on their floors. This might not look so good in your country house hehe.
A washable not-so-dust-magnet-y option that I can suggest (I like thinking out of the box) is to have thinner folding mattresses made (with removable covers that can be washed) for floor play time. When you don’t need them you can fold them and keep out of sight. Something like this but thinner. What do you think?
Another thing I would highly recommend in Jakarta is a Dyson Vacuum Cleaner. It really removes the fine layer of dust that plagued me. It’s expensive but worth it. I heard it does wonders in cleaning rugs, so you won’t have to have them professionally washed/cleaned in when you eventually buy one.