Sri Lankan has a varied heritage for traditional arts and crafts, and carried forward from one generation to another in keeping with their identity and techniques. 

Sri Lanka’s inherited craftsmanship, cultural diversity and rich natural resources provides the base for a wide range of giftware products that satisfy the quality conscious and discerning buyers.

Sri Lankan Crafts are combination of the traditional & modern items of beauty with utility. Semi-mechanized products are the combination of the state of the art technology from both East & the West. Final artistic touches are given by the deft fingers of the expertly skilled hand. And also the talented craftsmen make ready - to- make products according to the design given at internationally competitive prices. ultural diversity has enriched the talents of local craftsmen, with traditional skills running in the families passed down through generations.

Historical records reveal how art and crafts flourished under the royal patronage and the craftsmen were held in high esteem. The talented artisans turn out innovative products to their own designs and are ready to make products according to the designs given by buyers at internationally competitive prices. Modern trends are taken into account in producing items of beauty with utility.

A range of geo-physical zones, a climate conducive to uninterrupted plant growth, rich and precious mineral deposits provides a wide range of raw materials for the industry. The diversified raw material base for giftware in Sri Lanka is stone, coloured stones and minerals, clay, textile, wood, rush & reed, palmyra, dried leaves & seeds, recycled paper, metal etc.

The range of products includes: soft & wooden Toys, Ceramic & porcelain ornaments, wood crafts, handloom products, bags, table mats, coasters, wall hangings, lampshades, household accessories, furnishing, terra – cotta pots & vases, , paper crafts, baskets & wicker ware, artificial flowers, hand embroidery, beeralu lace products, candles, wrapping papers and packaging, wellness & spa products etc. Soft and wooden toys are subject to stringent quality checks and make certain that they have great educational value to combine learning with play. Products for exports conform to international Safety and Quality Standards such as EN 71, ASTM and CE mark and follow strict ethic benchmarks. 

Objects carved in wood, made of brass, and silver, decorated with lacquer, handwoven cloth and lace, beautiful reed mats, attractive batiks, pottery, masks, are among the popular Sri Lanka handicrafts made by the traditional craftsmen of Sri Lanka (about Sri Lanka). These are available in the government and private handicraft shops in Colombo, major outstation cities, and towns in the island.

Sri Lanka’s inherited craftsmanship, cultural diversity and rich natural resources provides the base for a wide range of giftware products that satisfy the quality conscious and discerning buyers. Giftware from Sri Lanka is now a combination of the traditional skills and modern technology. Final artistic touches are given by the deft fingers of the expertly skilled hand to ensure the uniqueness and the exclusivity of the product.

Cultural diversity has enriched the talents of local craftsmen, with traditional skills running in the families passed down through generations. Historical records reveal how art and crafts flourished under the royal patronage and the craftsmen were held in high esteem. The talented artisans turn out innovative products to their own designs and are ready to make products according to the designs given by buyers at internationally competitive prices.

Modern trends are taken into account in producing items of beauty with utility. A range of geo-physical zones, a climate conducive to uninterrupted plant growth, rich and precious mineral deposits provides a wide range of raw materials for the industry. The diversified raw material base for giftware in Sri Lanka is stone, coloured stones and minerals, clay, textile, wood, rush & reed, palmyra, dried leaves & seeds, recycled paper, metal etc. Especially Elephant Dung & Water Hyacinth, banana fiber, tea refuse, paddy husk, wild grass is perfect and Eco – friendly raw materials used for manufacturing Recycled papers.

 

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