Waratah, Hand Printed Ceramic Coaster
Braw Paper Co.
Regular price $11.00
Australian Native Wild Flower Range
The name waratah comes from the Eora Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area. It means 'red flowering tree'.
Indigenous Australian legends feature the waratah strongly, and Indigenous people used the flower in a number of ways, including as a medicinal tonic for children and by infusing water with the flavour of the blooms to create a sweet drink.
Our hand printed ceramic coasters celebrate some of Australia's most loved and iconic landscapes, native fauna and flora. Whether it is memories of an amazing holiday down under, or a collection of the special places you visited on childhood holidays, you can mix and match from our range to create the perfect set.
Hand painted layers & mark making, along with additional photographs of textures and surfaces we find within our environment, such as rusted metals, stone walls, paper, sand and fabric, are layered to create our colourful and unique mixed media, digital collages.
Coasters are sold individually and are finished with a cork backing and measure 90mm in diameter. Our coasters have a glossy finish which really helps our bright colour palettes to pop!