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Coconut shell sculpture, 'Casuarina'

Item # 48865
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Keeping alive the artisan heritage of her late husband, Putra Suteja, Eka removes the husk from a coconut shell and polishes the piece to a sheen. She then carves a majestic casuarina tree beneath a sky filled with stars. Beautiful and original, it stands on a terracotta base.

Please note size and coloring may differ as the artist works with natural coconut shell. Made in Indonesia.

  • Base included
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Sculpture:
       4.7" H x 5.5" Diam.
    Base:
       0.8" H x 3.5" Diam.
  • Weight: 0.4 lb
  • Coconut shell and ceramic
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 10 to 21 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: Putra Suteja

Artisan Putra Suteja

"I was born in 1975 in Gianyar, where I was given my Balinese name, Made Putra Suteja. Our village has fostered the art of woodcarving for many years. I started to learn the art from my parents while I was still in elementary school. My grandfather was a famous carver in his time, and received several awards for dedicating his life to the art world.

"I don't want to limit my work to certain themes only. Religion, mythology, daily life, and nature are inspirational to me, as well as my own cultural history. I carve with several different materials, including suar, sono, hibiscus, and crocodile woods, as well as coconut shells.

"In 2005, the best year of my life to that date, I married a Balinese woman named Putu Sri Ekawati."

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