THE TEA COLLECTIVE | Gold Engraved SpoonRegular price $17.00 $17.00
This exquisite long-handled spoon is beautifully engraved and is a must-have extra for any lover of fine tea.
GIve the perfect add-on gift with any The Tea Collective tea jar or enjoy the slow living mindfulness of tea-making with every cup.
CAVALLINI & CO | Signs of the Zodiac Cotton Tea TowelRegular price $45.00 $45.00
This August in 2023, there will be two full moons making them "supermoons". The second, is a blue moon. This is where the saying "Once in a blue moon", comes from as they happen only once in a few years.
Use this month to make some new intentions and positive changes in your life. Gee, this is sounding like a Star Sign advice line! But whether you're a believer or not, you can't deny this vintage image reproduced by Cavallini on this fine cotton is not a beautiful keepsake or wall decorating item filled with lots of interesting facts.
This beautiful tea towel is made of 100% natural cotton and is packaged in a keepsake muslin bag.
Pair it with the sustainable timber Tea Towel Hanging Frame from Australian makers Corner Block Studio here
Featuring images from the Cavallini archives
48 x 80 cm
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ALPERSTEIN DESIGNS | May Wokka Chapman Table ClothRegular price $99.00 $99.00
Royalties from this product directly benefit the artist.
Let your table steal the spotlight with the May Wokka Chapman Table Cloth! Showcasing stunning artwork from a talented artist, this stylish table cloth will transform any tabletop into something special. Crafted from Polyester/Cotton, you don't have to worry about wrinkles-- meaning you'll almost never have to get out the iron!
- Featured artwork: 'Detail from 'Untitled', by May Mayiwalku (May Wokka) Chapman, courtesy Martumili Artists.
- 140cm x 240cm
- 80% Polyester | 20% Cotton
- Gift Boxed with information about Artist & Artwork.
- Made in Australia.
Martumili Artists was established by Martu people living in the communities of Parnpajinya (Newman), Jigalong, Parnngurr, Punmu, Kunawarritji, Irrungadji and Warralong, and it draws on strong influences of aboriginal art history. The artists and their families are the traditional custodians of vast stretches of the Great Sandy, Little Sandy and Gibson Deserts as well as the Karlamilyi (Rudall River) area. Most Martu people maintain an entirely independent, nomadic desert lifestyle until the 1950s and 1960s when they walked into settlements in response to a long and severe drought. Today, Martu people live in their own communities and regularly visit regional centres such as Newman and Port Hedland.
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