We undertake export orders. We are at No. 113, Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 07. Sri Lanka. Call us now : 011 2328900 Fax us now : 011 2335380

Why Lakmadura

It is the Heart of Sri Lankan Handicrafts, centrally located at 113, Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 7 adjoining the Sampath Bank and National Development Bank (NDB) and opposite the famous Vihara Maha Devi park.

About us

The company was incorporated in 1980 and commenced operations almost immediately initially at No. 26, Rotunda Gardens, Colombo 3 and thereafter shifted to its present location at Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 7.

Board of directors

  • Mr.Upali Senarath Jumburegoda Gamage - Chairman
  • Mr.Ariyaratne Horadugoda Gamage - Managing Director
  • Mr.Daya Abeysekara
  • Mr.Kithsiri Warnakulasuriya
  • Dr.Asanka Gamage(PhD)

Our Products

a. The full range of Sri Lankan tea comprising packeted tea leaves, tea bags, gift tea ceramic packs under the world-renowned “Ceylon Tea” brand.

b. Intricately crafted wood carvings of statues, animals, Devil Masks, Sri Lanka picture post cards etc.

a. The Managing Director’s Office and state of art showrooms containing Sri Lankan gems and exquisite range of jewellery set with Sri Lankan precious and semi-precious stones.

b. Handcrafted by traditional native craftsmen, various items of brass, silver and anodized brassware. A wide range is available for discerning connoisseurs of traditional art.

a. Traditional Sri Lankan Batiks (handmade) comprising gents’ shirts, sarongs, ladies’ wrap arounds, dresses, scarves, handkerchiefs, beautiful wall hangings painted on cloth and velvet etc.

b. A wide range of rush palm and reed ware, coconut shell products etc.

A wide range of garments of export quality is found on the 3rd Floor c/w changing rooms. The garments available for sale are menswear of every description, caps and ladies wear such as blouses, skirts T- shirts, shorts etc.

a. Genuine Sri Lankan leather products such as gents’ wallets, ladies’ hand bags, humpties, foldable chairs etc.

b. Traditional Sri Lankan drums of varying shapes and sizes.

a. Art drawings and pictures painted/drawn by well-known Sri Lankan Artists.

b. Local books on Sri Lankan wild life, rain forests and other information on Sri Lanka etc.

c. Greeting cards, writing pads, envelopes etc. made out of recycled paper and elephant dung etc. and photo frames.

d. Perfumes, Oils, Costume Jewellery and Accessories

e. DVD (films, music and documentaries, etc)

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