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Threads of Tradition

Sri Lanka is a multinational state home to diverse cultures, languages, and ethnicities. The island nation is known for its full of landscapes, string mountains, lush green tea gardens, and golden beaches. The island nation is nothing short of magnificent. The country has no shortages of beautiful or inspiring spots natural, historical and cultural each more picture-perfect than the next From Golden, Silver Jewellery sets with gems to wooden masks intricate lacework lacquer work and ceramics are few of the arts and crafts 

Experience the Beauty of Tradition

Our textiles are crafted by skilled artisans using traditional techniques, resulting in unique and timeless pieces that showcase the beauty of Sri Lankan culture and artistry.

Each piece tells a story, a legacy of creativity and craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations.

Handloomed Sarees

Our sarees are handloomed from fine cotton, silk, or wool, and feature
intricate patterns and delicate  embroidery, creating stunning and elegant pieces that are perfect for any occasion.

Batik Sarongs

Our batik sarongs are crafted using a painstaking process of wax and dye application, resulting in bold and striking patterns that showcase the the creativity of our artisans. They make for perfect beachwear or stylish accessory to any out

Cloths

Our clothes are crafted using traditional handloom techniques, resulting in soft and luxurious pieces that are perfect for any purpose, be it as a scarf or shawl, or even as a decorative piece.

Sustainable and Ethical

At Island Looms, we are committed to sustainability and ethical practices. Our textiles are crafted using natural materials and traditional techniques, and we ensure fair compensation and safe working conditions for our artisans.

Sri Lanka has a historical connection to handlooms, the loom had been portrayed generously in local myths and ledges with records of Sri Lanka trading vividly designed cotton textiles with India and China as far as 1000 years ago. The country has been known as a hotspot of textile manufacturing. 

Batik originated from Indonesia and was introduced to Sri Lanka by the Dutch, however the Batik industry in Sri Lanka has developed into a unique form of textile art exclusive to the country. It is a small scale industry bringing economic benefits from local and foreign clients. It is now the most visible island’s craft with galleries and factories large and small in many tourist areas around the island.

Step into Sri Lankan handloom and batik with “Threads of Tradition”
, a mesmerising exhibition featuring a stunning lineup of masterfully crafted
textiles. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colours, intricate patterns, and rich
textures of traditional Sri Lankan fabrics crafted by skilled artisans using
time-honoured techniques passed down through generations. Admire the
beauty of handloom saris, shawls, and wraps woven from fine cotton, silk,
or wool and adorned with delicate embroidery or intricate motifs. Marvel at
the artistry of batik, where intricate designs are applied by hand using wax
and dye, resulting in bold and striking patterns. Each piece in this collection
is a masterpiece in its own right, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and
artistic traditions of Sri Lanka.

history of our store

A community development initiative led by the Rotaract Club of Centennial United, in supporting the underprivileged communities who are also engage in handloom and batik industries as a way of living

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