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Matriarchy (No. 3) 1 Litre Stainless Steel Drink Bottle

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Our 1L Stainless Steel Ceramic Water Bottles are finally here!

With double vacuum insulation to keep your drinks hot or cold for up to 12 hours. Their easy to use flip straw and large 1L size make them perfect for camping, sports, picnics, and keeping in the car. 

These bottles feature gorgeous artworks by First Nations artists from around the country. They are BPA free and FDA approved with premium, food grade 304 stainless steel. They are lined with ceramic for extra water purity - no metallic  aftertaste! and feature a leak-proof design so are backpack and handbag friendly. 

Please note: Do not place bottles in the fridge or freezer as this may damage the design print. 

Product: Thermal Stainless Steel Water Bottle
Materials: Double wall stainless steel
Washing: Handwash only
Size: 1L
Story: Matriarchy (No. 3) 
Artist: Kenita-Lee McCartney

 

Matriarchy III

This piece depicts strong feminine matriarchs. The white dots formed together to symbolize the strength and guidance of the women that came before. The strong leaders, changemakers who led the way before, guide us today and leave their names in history. A story of resilience and strength. The arched shaped symbols represent those who came before me, who continue to guide my journey and I follow in their footsteps. The feminine women’s energy comes through the female lineage of our bloodlines.

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Kenita-Lee McCartney

Wemba Wemba, Wiradjuri, Wotjiboluk, Nari Nari and Boon Wurrung woman

Creating for me has always been my way to express emotions, experiences, healing and self care. As an adult I began expressing ... Learn more