Beautify your home by shopping at these recommended ceramic shops in Bali! Here, you will find some impressive decorative works, from a mesmerizing dining environment to colorful vases and Balinese-style bowls!

Jenggala Ceramic


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Jenggala Ceramic is one of the oldest ceramic shops in Bali, which was established in 1976. The main store is nestled on Jl. Uluwatu II – Jimbaran, Jenggala opens from all day from 8 AM till 5 PM. It offers beautiful tableware, vases, artistic pieces, and a huge range of stunning creations you’ll adore!
If you’re looking at the design, it’s inspired by cultural and environmental roots, upholding and using Indonesian craftsmanship. You can visit their three other stores in Sanur, Kuta and Ubud also.

Gaya Ceramic


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If you’re looking for unique pottery, then stop in this charming Gaya Ceramic boutique! Gaya Ceramic has formed a perfect combination of Italian design and Balinese craftsmanship. It’s located on Jl. Raya Sayan No.105, a thoroughfare that passes through the center of Ubud, in the village of Sayan. Gaya Ceramic open their doors from 9 AM till 5 PM, and you’ll find the array of luxurious, refined hand-crafted objects, as well as sculptural porcelain, ceramic coral wall art, bowls, plates, and many more! No wonder that some of Gaya’s clients are international Hotel!

Kevala Ceramic


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Has experienced making ceramics on the island of Bali for 25 years, Kevala Ceramic makes beautiful products for many of Indonesia’s leading hotels, restaurants, and spas. Kevala products are very durable because they fired each piece is at a temperature of 1250C for nine hours to give the best quality to their customer. Kevala Ceramic is located at Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 144, Padanggalak, Denpasar. Come and choose the best ceramic decoration for your table.

Sari Api

Sari Api has a beautiful open-air studio, which is located on Suweta Street, in the village of Bentuyung, 3 km north of Ubud’s main road. Founded by Suzan Kohlik in 1996, this shop showcasing contemporary ceramics made by hand. Here, you’ll see the amazing range of Sari Api’s creations and if you’re interested to get involved, join their workshop!


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