Jenggala introduces a new collection called Pincuk, a dinning set that with effortless elegance and cultural appeal. The shapes and finish are based on the pincuk, which is a traditional Indonesian serving dish made from folded banana leaves. The traditional pincuk is quite common throughout the archipelago and still widely used in Java and Bali. Various island customs create variations with different ways of folding the leaf. A pincuk dish maintains its shape by a palm leaf rib posted on the edge to create strength and depth, appropriate for sauces and even sometimes soup.
Inspired by the pincuk's natural shape, simplicity and traditional aspect, one of Jenggala's designers, Sasanti Puri Ardini, turned the idea into ceramic tableware. Without loosing the color aspect of the banana leaf, Puri uses a green gloss glaze with brown rim for this collection. Covering many uses and styles, the collection consists of a bowl, soup bowl, dessert plate, medium plate, flat plate, coupe plate, sauce dish, triple sauce dish and creamer.