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Bunha-Bunhanga (An Abundance Of Food) Bamboo Bowls (4 Pack)

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Our latest range of homewares features demure yet sparkling designs inspired by natural landscapes from Wiradjuri artist Amanda Hinkelmann.

Made from bamboo fibre, these homewares are eco-friendly and long-term biodegradable. They are FDA & LFGB food safe approved and ultra lightweight. They are perfect for use at home or for camping and picnics. 

Inject some flair and personality into your dishes! Collect the set or mix and match Amanda’s designs for your own unique collection.

Care Instructions: Dishwasher safe (Top Shelf Only) +  NOT microwave safe 


Product: Bamboo Bowls (4 Pack)
Materials: Bamboo fibre
Size: 680ml /5.75” diameter
Artwork: Bunha-Bunhanga (An Abundance of Food)
Artist: Amanda Hinkelmann
 
Bunha-Bunhanga (An Abundance Of Food)
This artwork represents the bush tucker used by Aboriginal peoples. It represents the way in which the country provides for the people and the animals that live there, and the way in which the people take only what they need, to ensure there is always an abundance of food. It was the role of the woman to forage for berries, fruits, and native herbs. They would collect these items carefully, teaching the young as they went which foods were able to be collected and which were better left alone. There are representations within this artwork of lemon myrtle, wattle seeds, Kakadu plum, desert quandong, wattles and river red gum.

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Amanda Hinkelmann

Wiradjuri woman

Amanda Hinkelmann is a Wiradjuri woman born in Wagga Wagga. She is raising her four children on Wiradjuri Country, passing down... Learn more