Batik Designs
December 20, 2022
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Ikat Tenun
World Heritage UNESCO Textiles
December 19, 2022
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Meet Feby
Meet Balinese entrepreneur, beauty inside and out, mother of two, young athlete and surfer Feby Jabrik.
October 14, 2022
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Wearable Ikat
Travel with us to the forgotten island of Sumba, Indonesia to lean about The Art Of Ancestors.
October 10, 2022
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The Naga Ring
There is an ancient story of a dragon known as the Naga. He lives on the volcano peaks of Bali, but at night will descend into the ocean to see his true love, the Pearl. In the morning, the Naga rises up from the water and flies back to his peak.
May 23, 2022
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The Art of Granulation
Rebecca Manners has connected with the last remaining Master goldsmiths in Bali that work the ancient art of granulation, a 3000 year old Etruscan technique of setting tiny little gold balls one by one onto gold. A technique that over millennia made it’s way to Indonesia.
May 2, 2022
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Meet Karine
Karine inspires with her brilliance, her profound knowledge of vintage jewels, her discerning taste, her grace and her adventurous spirit.Karine worked at LVMH and Van Cleef & Arpels in Paris with a stint in Jaipur to discover Mughal Heritage. Karine Zacharias has become a jewellery scout.
April 19, 2022
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Meet Jaclyn
Jaclyn is the Creative director of one of the first completely plant dyed luxury clothing brands AWAVEAWAKE having launched in 2012.Just like her designs, Jaclyn is sensual, ethereal and authentic. Her silks take form in bias cut swirling timeless silhouettes of everyday elegance in a revolving array of earth sourced colours from Bali.
February 16, 2022
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Meet Farah
Farah inspires with her natural entrepreneurial spirit. Originally from East Java, Farah came to Bali 21 years ago to apply her skills working with a silver company.
February 16, 2022
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Meet Sarah
Introducing our She Inspires Talisman snapshot interviews with women that inspire us.
January 24, 2022
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Healing Traditions, The Textiles of Helong, Timor.
Our latest purpose driven collaboration with social enterprise and Indonesian textile experts Threads of Life is here. Bringing you One of a Kind versatile hand loomed and 100% sustainable collectible pieces for you and your home.
December 14, 2021
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Style with a conscious
We have repurposed these Selendang shoulder cloths in collaboration with Threads of Life (a social enterprise working with over 150 communities in the eastern islands of Indonesia), to create Limited Edition symbolic bags with natural dyed leather, finished in Bali supporting local craftsmen and women’s weaving communities. Each Selendang shoulder cloth takes up to 2 months to make through its complex and laborious process.
November 21, 2021
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Rebecca Manners Collective x Threads of Life collaboration
Rebecca was introduced to Jean Howe and William Ingram from Threads of Life and immediately they understood that they share the same vision, to bridge the gap between the East and the West and do what they can to help far flung communities with sustainable livelihoods and preserve indigenous wisdom and tradition.
May 30, 2021
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The World of Ikats -Sulawesi Island curation
We believe purpose driven shared valued collaborations. In collaboration with Threads of Life we are determined to preserve, support and celebrate Ikat textile art from indigenous cultures across the Indonesian archipelago.
April 28, 2021
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Our Bespoke Experience
Investing in bespoke is investing in a better tomorrow. We pride ourselves in giving you a truly bespoke experience through personal collaboration to create your own powerful talisman to be passed down through generations.
March 1, 2021
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Meet the masters
At Rebecca Manners we bridge the gap between two worlds whilst delivering you historical ethically-made lifetime jewels. We believe in the people and authentic stories whilst searching for master artisans of ancient techniques from jewellery to interiors to save craft from extinction. Now more than ever in our current climate we are facing the loss of dying arts that are over 3000 years old. Artisans are having to migrate to other jobs due to the pandemic and factory made products are taking the lead due to fast delivery times.
February 24, 2021
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The Art of Slow
With Rebecca Manners, we are not creating a new brand, we are developing a new language based on co-creation and intention.
January 22, 2021
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Preserving artisanal culture
There’s a language we have come to collectively adopt when describing artisanal in a contemporary context. It contains words like authenticity, handmade, personal, simplicity and transparency, all common denominators for a culture that actually dates back millennia and is as global as it is local.
January 20, 2021
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