Historical restoration began internally with craftsmen working to repair the factory’s original tile motifs, which consisted of about 150 plates ranging from simple linear patterns to those with more complex and abstract details.
Since the initial product restoration, Pabrik Tegel Kunci has helped rebuild many significant buildings to their original states, including Kraton, Bale Hinggil, Kepatihan, and BTPN Bandung. Many of these tiles were painstakingly customized to match their originals.
Recently the Bank of Indonesia Museum attempted to find the Dutch company that produced their first tiles in 1828, but upon discovering it had already closed they enlisted our custom services to exactly replicate the building’s earliest tiles. (Museum Bank Indonesia / Depan Statiun Kota Jakarta – Gedung Dekranas, Kwitang)
Pabrik Tegel Kunci has always prided itself in maintaining traditional workmanship and long-established quality while raising standards of production and customer service.
- Museum Bank Indonesia, Jakarta
- Bank Indonesia Yogyakarta
- Keraton Yogyakarta
- Kantor Gubernur Yogyakarta
- Lawang Sewu, Semarang
- Masjid Patok Negoro, Mlangi
- Masjid Rao Rao Tanah Datar, Sumatra Barat
- Tembakau Deli Maatschappij, Sumatra
- Taman Tjong Yong Hian, Medan
- Ndalem Kalitan, Surakarta