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The IFEX Exhibit is Postponed

In an article posted a few days ago, we told you that Alas Gembol will participate and enliven the IFEX

exhibition which will be held on 12-15 March 2020 in Jakarta. But we must inform you that this exhibition has been temporarily canceled because of the corona virus which is endemic in some countries. We only got the news yesterday Tuesday.

Sorry for the late notification.

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Wood that is Often Used for Construction

Wood is one of the construction materials that has long been used in buildings, both for simple house buildings to luxury level buildings. Previously, we discussed various types of Indonesian wood that are often used to make furniture and crafts. In this article, we will discuss wood that is often used for building construction. The wood is:

1. MERBAU

The wood originating from Maluku and Papua is a type of hard wood and has the nickname as Iron Wood. Merbau wood has been the belle of local and export for a long time because of its superior quality. Merbau wood is dark gray brown or dark brown red with almost straight fiber direction. This wood can grow up to 50 meters in diameter up to 2 meters. Because of its hardness and durability, Merbau wood is widely used as parakeets for floors, building poles, tailgate for use as bridge construction materials. Currently the price of Merbau wood is quite competitive with the price of teak. High durability Merbau wood can also be applied as a marine construction material. In its processing, Merbau is not difficult to cut and finish, but quite difficult to grind and nail because even though it is difficult to have fragile properties because of its short fiber. With these characteristics, Merbau wood can be used as a mainstay as a building and construction material.

2. SONOKELING

Sonokeling is classified as medium to heavy hardwood. Specific gravity between 0.77-0.86 at a moisture content of about 15%. Its texture is quite smooth, with straight and sometimes choppy fiber direction. This wood is also durable; resistant to dry wood termites and very resistant to wood rot. The terrace wood is dark brown rather dark, with stripes of very dark brown to black. Whitish colored yellowish to yellow, 3-5 cm thick, clearly distinguished from patio wood. Sonokeling wood is rather difficult to do by hand, but it is very easy with a machine. This wood can be scrapped so that the surface is slippery; and can also be peeled and sliced ​​to make a decorative coating. This wood can also be ground, screwed and polished with good results. However, this wood is difficult to be given preservatives. Sonokeling roots are nitrogen-binding, and thus can increase soil fertility. This wood is also strong and durable, so it is not uncommon to be used in construction such as sills, doors and windows, and to make railroad cars. Or for equipment such as ax handles, hammers, plows and rakes, and for grinding machines. In addition, sonokeling is also used to make parquet floors.

3. Coconut

In Java, there is glugu wood or coconut wood which is commonly used for building construction such as making canopy terraces, even for roof trusses. This type of glugu wood is often used in construction projects to make beam formwork. Glugu has a fiber and texture that is different from other types of wood because it has clear and straight fibers. If you intend to use glugu wood as an open canopy frame, it must be coated with acrylic paint so that the fiber remains visible. Choose glugu wood with class No. 1 so it is more durable.

4. Ulin

Ironwood is a type of wood for building construction that is known to be very strong. This ironwood tree thrives in Kalimantan. This natural material is widely used for building materials for homes, offices, buildings, and other buildings. Ironwood, including large tree species whose height can reach 50 m in diameter up to 120 cm, grows in the lowlands to a height of 400 m. Ironwood is dark in color and resistant to sea water. Ironwood is widely used as building construction in the form of piles, shingles (wooden roofs), wooden floors, casings, materials for building bridges, rail bearings and other uses that require special and durable properties. Ironwood includes strong wood of Class I and Durable Class I.

5. Teak Wood

The type of teak wood is often famous for its high strength compared to other woods. In addition, this wood has a beautiful fiber and texture, resistant to termites, mold, and insects. Types of wood for construction usually have a price that is influenced by the origin, size and quality of wood such as: healthy eyes, dead eyes, doreng, white. Determination of the desired type of teak wood quality must consider the type of finishing application chosen. In addition to protecting wood from external conditions, finishing on wood is expected to provide aesthetic value to wood by highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of wood quality. . Teak is a type of tree that has broad and characteristic leaves, with leaves that fall when they are dry. Teak tree itself is a type of tree that grows in tropical rain forest areas with temperatures between 27-37 degrees. The uses for building construction include railroad bearings and the construction of roof trusses and bridge structures in earlier times.

6. Meranti

Meranti wood is the most popular and most commercial type of wood, especially in Southeast Asia. Generally, this wood is used as raw material for building construction. This wood can be identified from its surface which is pale pink, brownish pink, dark red, to brownish red. The color indicates the age of Meranti wood, where a darker color means getting older so the quality is getting better. Meranti wood can be put into hardwood species. The shape and size of meranti wood is not easy to change. Meranti wood is also not easy to widen or shrink due to temperature changes. This wood is quite stable so it is very good to be used as building material for building structures and sketches of buildings, especially roof truss. By using meranti wood, the roof truss of a building will last a long time. The texture is hard and has a long durability, making the benefits of this meranti wood as one type of wood that can be used as building construction materials such as to make roof trusses, parquet floors, stair railings, doors, windows, and even floor pads.

7. Mahogany

 

Mahogany tree is a tree that has the characteristics of small leaves. this type of wood is quite easy to find in Indonesia. In general, mahogany trees can be easily found at the curb. Besides being used as material for making roof trusses, mahogany wood is also often used for other building materials. Mahogany is quite resistant to wood pests, and when it is processed such as cutting or nailing it is not easily cracked, and quite easy to sand. This wood is resistant to cracking when in steam during the bending process. Mahogany wood has physical characteristics that are red on the inside, small porous and plain (a pattern that is not too flashy). Mahogany trees can be harvested from the age of 7 to 15 years, and can grow well in the tropics. The use of mahogany is quite extensive because of its strength and availability, which is large enough to be widely used in the world of construction and carpentry. Mahogany trees can grow to a diameter of 125cm with a height of 35-45 m. This tree is often planted on the side of the road because it can reduce air pollution by up to 69% and helps catch water and dense leaves so that it becomes a shady spot on the side of the road.

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9 Indonesian Wood that is Often Used to Make Crafts

 

Previously it was mentioned about 16 types of wood in Indonesia that are often used for furniture making, handicrafts, and building construction. In this article we will discuss wood which is often used to make products or crafts. The wood is:

1. ALBASIA

Sengon or Albasia wood is a typical tropical wood and can easily be found in various material stores in the form of rafters or boards. Albasia wood, including soft wood and difficult to finish immediately, its hairy nature and large porous and easily broken makes this wood can not be directly used as material for making products. However, Albasia’s increasing demand from year to year provides evidence that the uses and benefits realized by these timber producers are also expanding. In fact, this easy-to-use wood is used as the main ingredient for processed wood such as plywood and blockboards, ice cream sticks, pencils, lighters with paper raw materials. Albasia wood boards and beams are often found as temporary building materials and supports, used for packaging on shipping or pallets for goods. Dirty white color mixed with brown without veins, large pores and soft.

2. CENDANA

Fragrant, that’s the first impression you get from Cendana. Being one of the commercial timber with high selling prices, sandalwood has advantages that other woods do not have. Sandalwood is able to emit a natural scent that makes it included in the list of the most expensive wood prices in the world. Sandalwood is wood with the highest market demand to date. Wood which is often used as raw material for incense, balm, perfume, aromatherapy fragrances and handicraft products is actually not a tall tree and can even be called a parasite. Sandalwood trees only grow to a diameter of up to 15 meters with a stem of only 30 cm, are difficult to cultivate and take a long time to harvest but are very popular in the market making this wood relatively expensive, even sold at the price of one kilogram. in Indonesia Cendana Putih can thrive in NTT (East Nusa Tenggara) and has been an export commodity for a long time. Sandalwood can also be used as a raw material for making herbal medicines. Since ancient times, sandalwood has been widely used as a herbal remedy such as anti-inflammatory, preventing dysentery, and as a cleanser during menstruation. Besides sandalwood is also beneficial for beauty, sandalwood oil has many ingredients that are useful for removing black spots on the skin, preventing the appearance of pimples, cleaning oil, to overcome the problem of blackheads.

3. ULIN

Ironwood, also called bulian or iron wood, is a typical Kalimantan plant. Ironwood can grow to a diameter of 50cm to more than 1 meter. Ironwood is known to be very resistant to changes in temperature, humidity, not easily eaten by termites and the influence of water because it is heavy and hard. In addition, Ulin Wood is also often used by local residents to be used as handicraft materials such as sculptures for jewelry. Ironwood wood stumps can also be used as carving materials with high selling points. In fact, fossilized ironwood that has been petrified in the forest can also be used as material for making jewelry. Rumors, textures, and scrapes of iron wood are more exotic than gemstones. Ironwood raw material is also easily available and lighter for jewelry manufacturing work. In addition, ironwood seeds and fruit are beneficial for health. Ironwood seeds have medicinal properties. Seeds that have been mashed can be used as a medicine for swelling, can also be to blacken the hair, such as polishing.

4. EBONY

Wood that has the Latin name Diospyros Celebica, is now quite rare. The combination of black and brown with contrasting veins on wood which is well known as Macassar Ebony and Black Ebony makes it a wood that is highly hunted by Japanese, European and American people. This timber export activity peaked in 1973 with a total of 26,000 m3 and has continued to decline until now determined by the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species and 2000 WCN (World Conservation Union) as protected wood. Eboni can grow up to 40 m in diameter up to 1 meter and is a strong class 1 and class 1 wood with an average specific gravity of 1.05 (0.90-1.14), with this particular weight the wood is classified as heavy and can’t float on water. Wood with exotic veins is often used as a raw material for making musical instruments such as guitars, pianos to violins. This wood is also used as a stick, carving, sculpture and also jewelry.

5. CAMPER

Wood that has the Latin name Cinnamomum camphora is called camphor wood because it smells like mothballs. Originally from the tropics, camphor wood is mostly found on the island of Borneo, especially in Samarinda. But over time, camphor wood began to be planted in subtropical areas. Physically, camphor wood has a tree size of generally 20-30 meters with a diameter of 0.6-1.2 meters. Wood fiber is dominated by straight or wavy fiber patterns. Its texture feels rough to the touch and quite shiny when seen because mothballs have a moderate level of luster. camphor wood has good durability so it lasts up to 10-15 years. Not only that, this wood has a certain level of resistance to certain insect pests. Of the many camphor wood in Kalimantan, camphor wood from Samarinda includes good quality camphor wood. Samarinda camphor wood has beautiful fibers so finishing is no longer needed. Despite having good durability, camphor wood also has disadvantages, especially when used for a long time and exposed to water because camphor wood can absorb water and shrink. Therefore, this material is not suitable as a basic material for making doors and windows of houses. Now the use of camphor is increasingly widespread and also made synthetic with turpentine. In addition to fragrance, mothballs are also used to preserve corpses and are not favored by pests. Likewise camphor wood, this wood including wood that is resistant to pests so much in demand by many people.

6. PINE & FIR

Basically, pine and fir trees have different physical characteristics and Latin names, but the wood pattern is not very significant. fir wood has a more prominent color than pine wood, fir wood looks redder and thicker than pine wood which is yellow and brighter. In addition, fir wood  has many (eyes) because there are more branches than Pine. Planting pine is relatively easy, because pine trees have aggressive and invasive properties so they are very easy to grow. This is very beneficial for industrial entrepreneurs, because almost all parts of pine, such as logs, leather, sap, and leaves have economic benefits. Some products that can be produced from pine trees are paper and stationery (pencils), raw materials for containers (pallets) and fertilizer mixing materials.

In addition, Pine and fir wood are known to be soft and perishable, poor wood density is actually used for wood products that require light processes, such as making lighters and wooden pallets for shipping. Pine and fir wood, including level III wood that is strong and durable. Pine and pine wood have a density of 480-520 kg / m3 and MC moisture content of 12% and require 12-15 days for drying.

7. PALM WOOD

Palm wood has a style like Coconut Wood, but the difference in contrast can be seen from the colors that are much darker than Coconut Wood. Aren, Enau, Hanau, Peluluk, Moka and many more names for this plant. Has a tree that can grow up to 25 m in diameter up to 65cm. coconut trunk that can be used as a board is the outside direction up to 10cm inward direction. While the inside is more easily damaged because it is more soft. In addition to the trunk, we know that palm wood as a producer of brown sugar, palm or palm. Not a few who turn palm sugar into palm wine in various regions in Indonesia because the sap is fermented quickly in the air. In areas such as Sulawesi, Aren wood is usually used as boards, knife handles, hoe handles and core wood for water distribution.

8. COCONUT

In various parts of the world, coconut wood has been used as a material for various purposes because of its abundance in nature. Starting from handicrafts such as ashtrays, trays, bowls, gazebos, to furniture, Coconut Wood becomes Wood that almost everyone knows. Coconut wood has been used as a pole to build bridges because of its strength. This wood has a unique style, a combination of dark brown and light brown contrast in a straight line. Coconut wood fiber is quite short so that the boards processed from coconut wood look like short strokes. Dark colored fibers are harder fibers than lighter fibers. Coconut wood is classified as Class II and III Strong Wood with a specific gravity of 0.5 to 0.9 depending on the age of the tree. The density of coconut wood is 400 kg / m3 with stem diameter up to 50cm and almost straight up. One of the final products from Coconut Wood which is currently a mainstay of export products is the Coconut Wood parquet. Coconut Wood Parquet is currently a mainstay of the European market because it is one of the processed wood products that received the Eco Labeling title. This wood can be processed well using a machine but it is difficult to be preserved because of dense wood.

9.  SONOKELING

 

Here it is Rosewood Indonesia, Sonokeling, Sonobrit, Sonosungu or Sanakeling is wood that has a beautiful pattern, dark brown color with black grooves makes this wood look very exotic. Sonokeling Wood Trees can grow up to 40 meters in diameter up to 2 meters. This tree can be found in Central and East Java, especially in rocky and rather dry areas. Sonokeling wood is used to make various types of products, ranging from furniture, musical instruments, to sports equipment. With a specific gravity of 0.77-0.86 with a moisture content of 15%, this wood also includes beautiful grade 1 wood, durable class I wood, and strong class II wood. Because Sonokeling is hard wood, it is often used as a construction material and as a material for making strong luxury frames. Sonokeling wood which also has a low moisture content and is sufficient to produce wood oil is also known to be resistant to termites and wood rot fungus. Sonokeling wood since 1998 is listed as protected wood because it is endangered, because it is wise to use it and use it effectively and efficiently is a must for its users.

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8 Types Of Wood That Are Often Used For Furniture Manufacturing In Indonesia

Previously it was mentioned about 16 types of wood in Indonesia that are often used for furniture making, handicrafts, and building construction. In this article we will discuss wood which is often used to make furniture from 16 types of wood that have been mentioned in previous articles. That wood is:

1.    Teak wood

Wood that has a strong wood predicate is often a benchmark for quality wood material for many people. Common brown wood has dark brown veins that are slightly separated from each other. Teak wood was actually brought to Indonesia around 1800 by the Dutch to Indonesia and flourished in several hot regions on the island of Java, from West Java to East Java. High quality teak wood is usually supplied by regions that have hot temperatures and calcareous soil like in Central Java. Teak wood is famous for its strength and density, which affects the durability of this wood. The oil in teak is thought to make it more resistant to termites, and its small pores cause this wood to become smooth. The density of teak makes it a favorite wood for carving. Teak has a hardness between 630-720 Kgs / M3. Teak is now often hunted to produce memorable products for the countryside, and with the various characters mentioned previously teak is very suitable to be made into classy furniture and carving materials.

2.    Meranti

Meranti wood or often also called Kalimantan wood is wood that is often used to make sills, furniture and panels. Getting the nickname Kalimantan Wood because it can grow in various regions in Indonesia as a tropical country, Kayu Meranti grows best in the Kalimantan region. Meranti wood can grow up to 70 meters in diameter and can reach more than 4 meters. We often encounter Meranti wood whose Latin Mahogany is reddish brown and without grain, sold in the hardware store as boards or rafters. Meranti wood has a hardness level between 580-770 kg / m. Aside from being a building material and furniture, Meranti Wood can also be made Pulp for paper and Tangkawang fruit from several types of Meranti can be used as cosmetic raw materials. Based on the characteristics of Meranti Wood, this wood is more suitable for building materials or furniture that is finished using paint.

3.    Sandalwood

Fragrant, that’s the first impression you get from Cendana. Wood that is often used as raw material for incense and handicraft products is actually not a tall tree, it can even be called a parasite. Sandalwood trees only grow to a diameter of up to 15 meters with a stem of only 30 cm, are difficult to cultivate and take a long time to harvest but are very popular in the market making this wood relatively expensive, even sold at the price of one kilogram. in Indonesia Cendana Putih can thrive in NTT (East Nusa Tenggara) and has been an export commodity for a long time. Sandalwood that is converted into handicraft products and furniture should not be coated, but left plain so that the aroma of sandalwood can be enjoyed when interacting with the product. This wood is very good and sturdy to be used as furniture and has high economic value both at home and abroad.

4.    Trembesi (indoor furniture)

Trembesi is one type of tree that can absorb up to 28.5 tons of CO2 gas. In addition to its benefits as a good CO2 gas absorber, Kayu Trembesi is now also increasingly in demand by local and Asian markets to be used as raw material for furniture, carvings and sculptures. This is caused by the wooden veins of the charming Trembesi Wood. Trembesi wood easily grows in various tropical regions and high rainfall from Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Maluku to Nusa Tenggara. Acid wood can grow with a diameter of 40m to 4.5 meters. Kayu Trembesi which is also called Kayu Meh in Java, which means “almost like Teak Wood is often converted into furniture in a room that is thick and thick up to 1.5 meters, this is due to its strength which is less and flexible enough so that this wood processing tends to be cut more Trembesi wood density or density makes it less suitable to be used as outdoor furniture raw material.In addition to being a raw material for furniture, Trembesi wood is also often used as material for making veneers.Trembesi wood has a specific gravity of 0.60 with a grade IV and grade III resistance level. Trees: Trembesi wood is less durable because it produces wood oil which makes it more resistant to termite attack compared to Teak Wood.

5.    Bangkirai (outdoor furniture)

Timber that has another name Balau Kuning or Balau is commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. In Indonesia, this wood is supplied from the forests of Borneo. Bangkirai wood can grow up to 40 meters in diameter up to 120 cm. This wood is yellowish brown with a hardness between 880-990 kg / m3 to 1050 kg / m3 at a dryness of 12%. At normal temperatures Bangkirai wood can dry in 12 days to 1 month. The bond between strong and easily processed fibers makes this wood suitable for decking, outdoor furniture, and various other construction needs, but in some types of fibers they tend to be easy to open and easy to twist so it is not recommended to be used in construction that requires high stability . Bangkirai wood is quite famous in the world of wood with a level of durability from class I to class III and Class I and II Strong. Bangkirai wood has an average specific gravity of 0.91.

6.    Sonokeling

Here it is Rosewood Indonesia, Sonokeling, Sonobrit, Sonosungu or Sanakeling is wood that has a beautiful pattern, dark brown color with black grooves makes this wood look very exotic. Sonokeling Wood Trees can grow up to 40 meters in diameter up to 2 meters. This tree can be found in Central and East Java, especially in rocky and rather dry areas. Sonokeling wood is used to make various types of products, ranging from furniture, musical instruments, to sports equipment. With a specific gravity of 0.77-0.86 with a moisture content of 15%, this wood also includes beautiful grade 1 wood, durable class I wood, and strong class II wood. Because Sonokeling is hard wood, it is often used as a construction material and as a material for making strong luxury frames. Sonokeling wood which also has a low moisture content and is sufficient to produce wood oil is also known to be resistant to termites and wood rot fungus. Sonokeling wood since 1998 is listed as protected wood because it is endangered, because it is wise to use it and use it effectively and efficiently is a must for its users.

7.    Sungkai (indoor furniture)

This light-colored wood is a wood material that is often used by craftsmen to make indoor furniture. Sungkai wood is also processed by industry into coatings whose colors and patterns are in great demand by the market. With a combination of wood color yellow, light brown and yellow after yellow, Sungkai wood can strengthen the impression of fresh and compact in indoor furniture. In the market the price of Sungkai wood is clearly cheaper than the price of Teak or Sonokeling, therefore its use is also wider than Teak, Sonokeling or Ulin which are of a higher class. In terms of quality, although the pattern is quite charming, this wood only includes Class II and III wood Strong and Class II and III Durable. The density and weight of Sungkai wood, especially if it has been through a Kiln or drying process, will be a little heavier than Pine Wood, therefore, its use is recommended not for outdoor use except with special treatment.

8.    Coconut

In various parts of the world, coconut wood has been used as a material for various purposes because of its abundance in nature. From crafts to furniture, Coconut Wood is Wood that almost everyone knows. Coconut wood has been used as a pole to build bridges because of its strength. This wood has a unique style, a combination of dark brown and light brown contrast in a straight line. Coconut wood fiber is quite short so that the boards processed from coconut wood look like short strokes. Dark colored fibers are harder fibers than lighter fibers. Coconut wood is classified as Class II and III Strong Wood with a specific gravity of 0.5 to 0.9 depending on the age of the tree. The density of coconut wood is 400 kg / m3 with stem diameter up to 50cm and almost straight up. One of the final products from Coconut Wood which is currently a mainstay of export products is the Coconut Wood parquet. Coconut Wood Parquet is currently a mainstay of the European market because it is one of the processed wood products that received the Eco Labeling title. This wood can be processed well using a machine but it is difficult to be preserved because of dense wood.

 

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16 Types of Wood That are Often Used for Furniture, Handicrafts, and Contruction

Needing wood materials for furniture, buildings, products or crafts, Indonesia is undoubtedly a warehouse of various woods whose wood grade is recognized worldwide. Climate and soil that support the growth of various vegetations provide many variants of strong and veined wood. Very often we hear about this natural wealth from generation to generation, and in fact the exploitation of wood in Indonesia has taken place even before independence and left the land that has now been damaged because wood has been looted.

Even so, there is still a lot of wood that we can still find until now because it continues to be cultivated or its distribution is controlled by the government through strict regulations, these woods are used by the community for various purposes and some of them can be purchased at wood shops in various places. The following is Indonesian original wood which is often used as furniture, construction and handicraft products.

1. TEAK 2. MERANTI 3. MERBAU 4. ALBASIA  5. SANDALWOOD 6. ULIN 7. EBONY

8. TREMBESI 9. BANGKIRAI 10. CAMPER 11. SONOKELING 12. SUNGKAI WOOD

13. PINE & FIR TREE 14. COCONUT 15. MAHONI 16. PALM WOOD

That is 16 types of wood that are widely used for manufacturing furniture, handicrafts and building construction in Indonesia. Apart from those mentioned above, Indonesia still has many types of endemic wood and other high-quality wood.

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Flower Pot

 

Flower pot is one of several examples of a collection of vases produced by Alas Gembol that can be used as a place of flowers can also be used as decoration to beautify your room or garden. This vase is perfect for those of you who like flowers and plants with a small size, because this vase has a unique and cute shape.

This vase is made of teak wood, and to form a vase is done by the skilled hands of the Alas Gembol workers. The uniqueness of this vase is that it has uneven holes and is asymmetrical like a blooming flower. for easy maintenance, just wipe using a dry cloth and you can add a special liquid so that the vase looks shiny and can also be cleaned with a fur cloth. Flower pots produced Alas Gembol have 3 color variants, that is blue, brown and black but if you want white or other colors we try to do according to your order, this vase has a high X diameter 40cmx30cm.

 

If you like this product to enhance your room or garden, it doesn’t hurt you have this product to add to your vase collection. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 and can also ask via email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or can come directly to our place on the West Imogiri Road 6.5 km Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul 55187

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Perca Wood Mirror

Mirror is an object that must exist in every home or office, this object is often found in the corners of the room. Alas Gembol produces a mirror with the name of a “Perca Wood Mirror. This mirror is one of a collection of several types of models that we have. Made from the remnants of this piece of wood that makes it a unique mirror. This mirror is made from the remains of pieces of wood and then arranged in such a way as to produce a unique shape and has artistic value.

 

Pieces of wood are small pieces of teak wood, so this mirror has good quality. For this mirror size is 120cmX80cmX4cm. This mirror is suitable to be placed in the bedroom, bathroom and living room or even in your workspace.

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Alas Gembol in IFEX 2020 Exhibition

IFEX  2020 is coming soon, we want to tell you to join and enliven the prestigious event which will take place on March 2020, on 12-15. Last year we also enlivened the event and this year we still have the opportunity to take part in exhibitions that are regularly held every year.

 

At this year’s exhibition, we got a place to display our goods at B 019, of course, with items that are different from last year’s exhibition. This exhibition will be attended and participated by furniture entrepreneurs from all over the world. In addition, the IFEX exhibition has become a name that is a major destination for players in the world furniture industry who want to find quality products and business partners in Indonesia. The presence of overseas buyers and visitors is an important part of the success of IFEX and efforts to increase the value of our exports to the global market.

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Bowl Flower Cangking

Cangking flower bowls are one of dozens of collections of bowls made of Alas Gembol and serve as decoration for the dining table or living room table and can also be placed in the kitchen. This bowl will make your room have aesthetic value, for those of you who like furniture or decorations made of wood, this is perfect for you to have.

This bowl is made of teak wood with good quality and is done carefully and skillfully by Alas Gembol workers to produce a good bowl. The uniqueness of this bowl is that it has a handle at the top making it easier for us to carry or move other places. This bowl can be used as a fruit container, or to store sweets and small-sized snacks. For maintenance of this bowl is very easy, you just put it in a dry place to avoid the growth of fungus and if it is dusty enough use a dry cloth to clean it. This bowl has a size (heightXdiameter) 30cmX18cm because the color itself is brown, but we can also make it with black and white. Alas Gembol products are guaranteed to last a long time if routine care is taken.

 

If you like this product to add aesthetic value in your home, it doesn’t hurt you have this product to add your collection of bowl. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the West Imogiri Road 6,5 Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.

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Wooden Stand

The wooden stand is an accessory from Alas Gembol which is widely ordered by furniture players abroad because it is in great demand by the people there. This product functions as a decorative corner of the room so it doesn’t look empty. This object can be placed on a table or shelf if its size is small and can be placed in a corner of the room if the product is large These accessories are made of teak wood with good quality. So this product can last for years if you provide routine maintenance. Maintenance is quite easy, e.g. Place the wooden stand in a dry place, don’t put it in a humid place to avoid mold and if there is dust, you can use a dry cloth to clean it.

This product has several color variants and finishing processes. The white color is produced through the whitening finishing process, the black color is produced through the combustion finishing process while the original color of the teak wood itself is produced through unfinishing. This accessory has several sizes, namely 60x50x100, 70x50x150, and 80x50x200.

If you like this product to add aesthetic value to your home or office, it doesn’t hurt that you have this product to add to your accessory collection. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the West Imogiri road 6.5 Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.