Plan your Visit : Monday - Friday at 08:00 am to 05.00 pm
Saturdays-Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm.

About Us

Tanteri Museum of Ceramic Arts

Established on May 30, 2011, ‘Tanteri’ Museum of Ceramics is located in Tabanan Bali and managed by Tanteri Foundation. This ceramic museum showcases various kinds of pottery and ceramics which have been made in Pejaten as well as various types of ceramics that found in Indonesian archipelago.

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  • Museum Tanteri Bali

    Banjar Simpangan, Desa Pejaten Kecamatan Kediri, Tabanan Bali 82171 Indonesia

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Event

Event & Exhibitions

Workshops Bali Primary School

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Dynata School Primary – Educational Field Trip

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Young Master Mario Blanco Visit

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Jeep Visit France Guest

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Foreign Diplomat Visit

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Elementary School Vidya Karunia Bali

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    9 am to 12 pm

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SMK N 1 Kalasan Visit

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    9 am to 12 pm

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Kunjungan Industri Persit Kodim

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    2 pm to 16 pm

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Student From CHildren Of The World Visit

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    2 pm to 16 pm

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MDC Science Student

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    9 am to 13 pm

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Article

News

BENTARA BUDAYA : Cicak Itu Hinggap di Gerabah Kuturan

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Pameran Keramik PEJATEN BALI : HABIS GENTENG TERBITLAH KODOK

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Habis Gelap Terbitlah Kodok

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Collections

Collection Highlight

Chongzhen 1627 – 1644 Kraakware/ kraak Porcelain Kraak Porcelain is a Type of Chinese Export Porcelain Produced from the wanly period (1573 – 1620) until the end of the Ming Dynasty int the 1640’s. Kraak ware or Kraak Porcelain was the first Chinese Export ware to arrive in Europe in Large quantities.

Chongzhen 1627 – 1644 Kraakware/ Kraak Porcelain

China Vase Blue Porcelain

An Important Blue and White Dragon bottle vase Yuan Dynasty The pear shape body rising to a slender neck and wide flaring rim, counter balanced by a splayed footing , freely painted in dark cobalt blue with a three – clawed string dragon, its head with elaborate horns gazing up at a flaming pearl, the […]

Yuan porcelain (1279 – 1368)

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