Loro Blonyo,
 meaning "two together" were traditionally found in homes throughout the Central Java region of Indonesia. No home was complete without a Loro Blonyo couple prominently displayed in the entry room. The presence of a Loro Blonyo in the home guaranteed a long life together for the family. Found primarily in homes of wealthy families, the Loro Blonyo reflected the family's financial position, the more detailed the carving, the higher the family status. Loro Blonyo are still found today in the palaces of the region. The use of the Loro Blonyo in Java probably dates back to early colonial times. These Loro Blonyo couples come from the villages of Central Java. Each Loro Blonyo couple has unique characteristics specific to its village or district. Suradi Imports Loro Blonyo couples are unique one of a kind pieces. Reproductions are hand carved from recycled teak wood. All Suradi Imports Loro Blonyo statues are hand carved using traditional tools and guaranteed to be one of a kind.

 

Photos


Loro Blonyo small
Reproduction
12" tall


Loro Blonyo Mbak Ning
Reproduction
32" tall

                  


Loro Blonyo Pak Wawan
Reproduction
32" tall
 


Loro Blonyo Pak Yono

Reproduction
32" tall
 


Loro Blonyo Pak Londo
Reproduction
32" tall

 

  Loro Blonyo Pak Naryo
Reproduction
37" tall
   

 


Loro Blonyo Pak Masih
 Reproduction
32" tall
   
 


Loro Blonyo Bu Lenni
Reproduction
38" tall
   
 

 


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