White Harakeke On Black 10cm Bowl
The harakeke, or flax as the first European Settlers called it, is the name given to the native New Zealand Lily by Maori. It is a symbol of family as the outer leaves represent the extended family members who must protect the inner shoots or children.
Made from white porcelain, inside semi-gloss clear glaze with decal and unglazed outside.
Size 10cm diameter x 2.8cm high ˑ each piece comes boxed with an image of the design on the lid.
These pieces feature irregularities in both shape and form; this is part of the organic nature of the collection.
Designed in New Zealand by Jo Luping.