|Dimensions||30 × 30 × 1 cm|
Nature provides us with an unlimited supply and types of materials that can be woven into functional and artistic shapes. The Ate Root has significance in Bali’s indigenous Aga culture as a material that is versatile for sturdy, finely woven products. The Bali Aga village of Tenganan in East Bali is a popular destination for visitors to see the architecture, village design and culture of this pre-Majapahit culture as well as see the selection created by the villages for a wide range of homeware and tableware products from the Ate Root. Why not add an element of traditional Bali culture to your home interior with the Ate Placemat? At 30cm in diameter this placemat is perfect for setting the table or for a centerpiece.
Jenggala has qualified and maintains the strict ISO Quality Assurance System as well as certification of Standard National Indonesia for Food Safe and Chip Resistant quality ceramic tableware.