Purple poppies which honour the animals whose lives were lost in the war. The poppy has its origins in the early twentieth century, when red or Flanders poppies bloomed over the graves of soldiers in France and Belgium. We love Borrowed Earths interpretation of the Anzac Poppy in the handmade piece.
These new purple poppies were made by Borrowed Earth to represent the animals who lost their lives during the war.
Measurements: approx 7cm x 6.5cm
“We hope to inspire and uplift through our work. Passing inspiration and beauty from one person to another.”
Richie and Adele 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, honouring our Maori, Pacific and English heritage.”
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