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Celuk Village is formerly as a traditional Balinese village located in the entrance gate of Gianyar Regency ad has changed into a tourist attraction with its trademark in the form of gold and silver. The village located in Sukawati District, Gianyar...more
Visited this place on the way to Ubud. It's not a village, but a big jewellery showroom and workshop. The exterior of the building is wonderfully carved. The good experience ends here itself. First an attendant took us to a workshop where some craftsmen were...More
I bought three pairs of earrings from this shop which cost me £50 in English money. As I didn't have Anouilh cash on me and had left my card in the hotel. They said that I could leave a deposit and pay when I got...More
Place is stunning a d that is true. The building itself makes a very good impression. We where taken for the free tour of the factory facilities. That is supposed to show customers how great condition are the workers based in during their 8h shift....More
I was after beads and found them at Rupa silver beads - more basic decor and cheaper prices. Great beads.Also got some great silver beads at Sarang silver smith. A few but less at another one nearby Sarang. Can't recall it's name. A lot of...More
Overpriced and pointless place to visit. The workshop is just for show only. The space designated for buying silver trinkets is 10 times larger than the actual "production" zone. My driver brought us there, I bought just a token item cuz I felt badly that...More
the driver of the tour package took us to this silver emporium and just outside one small area was the making of silver. it looked more like its a marketing technique to get people here to buy their silver. Not worth going if your not...More
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I would buy from Celuk Village. Their silver is 90% silver with 10% added copper for strength. You should be able to do a reasonable bargain on price, though for very intricate work you should not expect it to be "cheap... More
I would buy from Celuk Village. Their silver is 90% silver with 10% added copper for strength. You should be able to do a reasonable bargain on price, though for very intricate work you should not expect it to be "cheap". Please note that because they do not use rhodium plate on the outside, your silver WILL discolour. You can soak it in lemon juice or use a jewellery cleaner to restore its colour.