This Matariki we focus on the symbol of the seven sister star cluster intermingled with themes of the sea. Rolling waves and waka tell the story of navigators guided by stars. We have beautiful wahine treasure bowls suspended inside starry skyscapes, the seven sisters of Matariki. And a very sweet interpretation of the seven sisters sparkling in the night on our indigo merino mittens and scarves. Delightful wave bowls and vases are hand carved by Borrowed Earth for this special time of the year and Martyn Milligan creates a one of a kind necklace
Completely hand made using clay and a process for glazing and scraffitto techniques.
All pieces are fired ceramics and therefore water safe.
Ring bowl measures approx. 7cm wide by 3cm high
Surround yourself with what you love... “We hope to inspire and uplift through our work. Passing inspiration and beauty from one person to another.” Richie and Adele have been with us here at Texan Art Schools for years now and we adore them! Their positive philosophies and attention to detail are evident in their beautiful hand made pieces. They believe that we can all make positive changes to the world by the choices we make every day. Borrowed Earth are committed to creating handmade ceramics with character that, over time, will become treasured family pieces. The creative duo work full time from their beautiful waterside studio in Whangaparoa. “We take pride in creating new ways to share our unique view of the world, honoring our Maori, Pacific and English heritage.”