• HOME & LIFESTYLE

    Our Home & Lifestyle collection is inspired by traditional Balinese objects and materials, drawing on ancient metal-smithing techniques passed down from artisans of the Balinese royal courts. Ingenious juxtapositions of sterling silver and organic materials such as black palm wood, buffalo horn, coconut shell and bamboo are beautifully combined, by hand, to present a ravishing look and warm feeling for your home. Alabaster, agate and crystal are some of the most luxurious materials used to create items that show off John Hardy’s style of spectacular craftsmanship.

  • MEN’S COLLECTION

    The iconic men’s collection is a masculine interpretation of the brand’s classic collections. Every piece is handcrafted, streamlined and sleek with rare stones and intricate designs to create unmistakably strong looks. From cufflinks and necklaces to bracelets and rings, our bold men’s collection gives a lasting impression that the discerning man aims for.

  • ORGANIC KITCHEN

    In our beautiful Bali compound, we have an organic kitchen where five-star chef, Pak Ngurah, prepares a meal of traditional Indonesian specialties for our guests and staff of more than 650 people every day!

    Because we are dedicated to sustainable living, produce from our organic garden and surrounding farms is used for delicious meals cooked over a wood fire in the authentic Balinese open-air kitchen.

Featured Post

Jun 24

BALI CELEBRATIONS

John Hardy is deeply rooted in the culture and history of Bali, and the country is a constant source of inspiration. May and June are especially rich with celebrations including Galungan Day, Pengerebongan and Perang Pandan. Galungan Day is the most important holiday symbolizing the victory of Good over Evil (Dharma and Adharma). During this special time, the streets are lined with ‘penjors’, tall bamboo poles splendidly decorated with woven young coconut leaves and flowers, […]

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May 20

THE MYTHICAL DRAGON OF BALI

We return to our home in Bali, where there is a myth of a dragon with a fierce and protective love for the pearl. The dragon leaves his home in the Balinese volcanos each evening and visits his pearl at the bottom of the sea. When he returns to his lair, his scales shed water into the fields, bringing the island love, prosperity and protection. This dragon, the Naga, is sacred to the Balinese and […]

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May 13

RHYTHM IN BORNEO

In the villages of Borneo, craftsmen have been creating beads of astounding complexity for centuries. These beads are so beautiful that they were once used as currency and of tremendous value, even today. In these villages, we saw the spectacular beaded patterns in the striking contrast of black and white. We emulated that pattern, first creating our own handmade silver beads then polishing them to high shines or oxidizing them completely to black and then […]

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Events

YOUNG PRESIDENTS’ ORGANIZATION

On Friday, July 5 our CEO Damien Dernoncourt and our Creative Director and Head Designer Guy Bedarida hosted a candlelit dinner at the compound. Six members of the Young Presidents’ Organisation (YPO) attended; the group included artists, designers and business owners in Bali as well representatives of the John Hardy team. Traditional Indonesain dishes like Nasi Kuning (yellow rice) set the atmosphere of a warm Balinese village, completed with an amazing musical performance that included […]

MISSION COMPLETED!

This weekend our CEO Damien Dernoncourt crossed the finish line of a 150 mile race that spanned the Atacama Desert in Chile. Damien ran to raise money for Job for Life, a charity close to all of us at John Hardy, and finished 33rd out of 148 racers who made it through the grueling seven day race. Way to go Damien! Congratulations to you and all the amazing people who participated in the race!

ECOCHIC PEOPLE’S AWARD

Congratulations Chen Qin Zi for winning the online public voting for EcoChic People’s Award! Chen is an eco-friendly designer who took part in the EcoChic Design Award China 2012 and had the wonderful opportunity to visit our beautiful compound to learn about our sustainable practices and design process!