Skimming Stones

Skimming Stones Porcelain Plate - Yellow Wattlebird

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  • Skimming Stones Porcelain Plate - Yellow Wattlebird
  • Skimming Stones Porcelain Plate - Yellow Wattlebird

Skimming Stones

Skimming Stones Porcelain Plate - Yellow Wattlebird

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Skimming Stones Plate - Yellow Wattlebird

The yellow wattlebird is Australia’s largest honeyeaters and is native to Tasmania. They are named after the wattles in the corners of their mouths. Often described to sound similar to a person coughing, they are found in mountain shrubberies and open woodlands, particularly amongst eucalypts and banksias from which they feed on. They are a common sight in urban parks and gardens.

For display or to serve. Comes with matching box and information insert.
Materials: Arita porcelain

Colour: Traditional cobalt blue
Size:15 cm diameter

Inspired and designed in Melbourne + made in Arita, Japan using a 400 year old tradition.
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