Better World Arts Bone China Cake Plate | Pikilyi Jukurrpa I

$12.95

Handmade Bone China plates decorated with Aboriginal Australian art. The artists own the art and are paid a regular royalty for its use under the Indigenous Art Code. Each plate includes a description of the art and its meaning to the artist and provides a brief biography of the artist. Fair Trade produced from fine Bone China by a small artisan enterprises in China (the traditional home of Bone China). Microwave and dishwasher safe. Dimensions: length 18 cm, width 11.5 cm.

Artist: Rosie Theo Hudson.

Description: Pikilyi is an important natural spring and water-hole at Mt Doreen Station in the Northern Territory. Pikilyi is the home of two rainbow serpents, a married couple. The wife was a Napananka skin group and the husband a Japangardi, a taboo relationship in the Walpri culture. The serpents are the “kirda’ traditional owners of that country.