From a tradition spanning thousands of years comes a piece of art that is a wonderful mix of beauty and practicality…
Alperstein’s Aboriginal Art collection is a bright collection of
accessories that feature the artworks of some of Australia’s finest
artists. With their bold colours and amazing designs, these pieces do
true justice to the works on which they’re based…and you’ll find them
really handy too!
As the artist of this teapot, Ruth Napaljarri Stewart has been exhibiting her artwork since 1986
throughout Australia and around the world. She's part of the Warlpiri
Group and lives in Yuendumu in the Northen Territory. Her painting “Ngatijiri Jukurrpa”
(“Green Budgerigar Dreaming”)
tells the story of the Napaljarri women and the Japaljarri men and how
they would hunt for the small bright green budgerigars, native to
This gorgeous dot painting with its colourful design in orange, purple, green and white is featured on
this Bowl from Alperstein - who aren't just
about fine art and design. Together with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, Alperstein aims to directly benefit each featured artist and their community, with all
royalties from the Aboriginal Art collection passed along to them. A
powerful and ethical way to bring art to life.
- Made from fine bone china.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Microwave safe.
- Beautifully packaged in box depicting the artwork and details of artist and their work.
- Royalties from product directly benefits the artist and their community.
Dimensions: 11.5 x 6.5cm.
Design: “Ngatijiri Jukurrpa”
(“Green Budgerigar Dreaming”) by Ruth Stewart.