While browsing books in the library or viewing the jewelry collections in the showroom, visitors will be soothed by the sound of the water features. Wooden walkways traverse the pond and signature pieces of jewelry are displayed in glass cases inspired by Balinese 'Meru' temples.
There were no factories when the metal smiths of Bali began to practice their craft. Prapen has worked closely with small families in the village of Celuk, each working in the comfort of their home workshops. Their skills spread through generations and within the neighborhoods of the village.
Our workshop is a replica of a Balinese home workshop. We did not build a large factory as we wished to maintain the concept of a specialized craft village. The simple workshops in each house are distinctive features of the village, with the sounds of the hammers and files part of the ambience.
The smithing activities have become a unique cultural element that we are seeking to preserve.
We invite you to enjoy your experience here while supporting Bali’s own products and people. Our studio is located in the traditional metal smithing village of Celuk.
Closed on Nyepi Day
Please email us for business hours on other national holidays