Seri Nguri-Uri Lurik mencari pendekatan baru dalam membaurkan lurik tradisional ke dalam lanskap kontemporer.
Seri Nguri-Uri Lurik mencari pendekatan baru dalam membaurkan lurik tradisional ke dalam lanskap kontemporer.
Seri Nguri-Uri Lurik mencari pendekatan baru dalam membaurkan lurik tradisional ke dalam lanskap kontemporer.

RS004—Nguri-Uri Lurik Fabric

Made by pedal loom weavers in Magelang, Central Java
From Rp 9.000
Product Story

The Nguri-Uri Lurik series seeks a novel approach on incorporating traditional lurik into the contemporary landscape. The once noble fabric has faded over time, losing its charms to the modern-day fashion wave. A revival of lurik calls for a new and invigorating rhythm of composition with respect towards its soulful origins.

Parts of Nguri-Uri Lurik are woven out of fabric waste in the studio. To make one metre of this fabric, we are repurposing five metres of traditional old-fashioned lurik which are woven by an older generation of weavers around Java.

The lurik is carefully unravelled to create a fringe texture that reiterates the whole design into a more offbeat and playful balance. This slow process hints at its artisanal textile-making quality that conserves the longevity of today’s traditional lurik weavers. The meticulous design of Nguri-Uri Lurik is a statement studio piece that remains a meaningful tradition to the people.

Product Details

• 12x16cm / 5”x6”
• Fabric: 38% recycled polyester, 30% recycled cotton, 20% tencel, 12% cotton
• Width: 80cm
• Weight: heavy-weight
• Not-rated textile
• Inquiry for fabric testing, please contact us
• Due to the nature of handcrafted goods, slight variations in colour and texture are embraced
• Ethically made in Magelang, Central Java

Care Guide

• Hand-wash using natural detergents such as lerek or soapnut
• Wash in cold water up to 30°C/86°F
• Colour transfer might be expected, wash separately
• Dry clean is recommended
• Do not bleach
• Line dry in shade
• Do not tumble dry
• Iron medium to high temperature between 148˚C/300˚F to 204˚C/400˚F
• For spot cleaning, gently dab the area with water (do not rub)
• Dyed fabric needs to be kept out of direct sunlight to avoid excessive fading
• Always store the fabric in a dry condition (not humid)

Shipping & Returns

All domestic Indonesian shipping is handled by JNE or Paxel. Instant or same-day courier service within Jakarta can be requested either before or after the order process, available only for in-stock items.

All orders will be shipped from Jakarta within 3-5 working days unless they are pre-ordered or custom-made. International shipments are available worldwide by door-to-door air freight.

We take design and craftsmanship earnestly, and we want you to receive these pieces with much care. Our items are carefully inspected prior to shipment, but on the occasion a mistake happens, please notify us within 48 hours; our team will promptly work on a replacement after reviewing the case.

Return or exchange can be made within 14 days of receipt. Custom orders, fabric per meter, gifts, and sale items cannot be returned or exchanged. All items must be in new, unused condition with any tags still attached.

Please review our Shipping & Returns policy for more information. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.


Mbak Relly is akin to the guiding mother behind the scenes of a bustling weaving house in Pekalongan. She, alongside her siblings, inherited a whole weaving workshop from their parents—a legacy they hold dear to their hearts. The siblings worked tirelessly to uphold the spirit instilled by their parents and to maintain the beautiful relationship that is their network of devoted weavers.

Mbak Relly eventually embarked on her own path, dedicated to expanding their family's local production in Pekalongan. Her brother, on the other hand, established his own artisanal workshop while nurturing a new, younger generation of weavers in Magelang. As time flows and our partnership with Mbak Relly deepens, we hope that one day our collective work will blossom with pride for our beautiful and priceless heritage.

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