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Koorrookee 'Grandmother' Ceramic Coffee Mug

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The vibrant artwork represents the important theme “For Our Elders”, an acknowledgment of the pivotal roles that Elders have and continue to play in their communities and a celebration of everything they have achieved. This item was originally released as part of our iconic NAIDOC 2023 collection.

Start your morning off right and enjoy luxury with this beautiful coffee mug. The design features a beautiful and unique artwork sure to make a statement in your kitchen. Made from high-quality ceramic, this mug is durable and perfect for drinking your favourite hot drink.

PLEASE NOTE: Our ceramic mugs are microwave safe, but please handwash only. They are NOT dishwasher safe.

Product: Ceramic Coffee Mug
Size: 325ml/11oz
Artwork: Koorrookee
Artist: Merindah-Gunya

This piece represents my beautiful grandmother Maude, the large woman symbol in the middle of the painting. In the top right corner is a star, representing her mother Amy (my great nanna) who is in Dreamtime. I come from a strong line of Aboriginal women and I am so grateful for their strength and pride in our culture throughout tough times. There are then 5 people in the bottom corner, representing my dad, his three brothers and one sister. There are then 16 children, representing the 16 grandchildren of my nan's. The dreamy background is symbolic of stars in the sky, For Our Elders who are in Dreamtime.

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Merindah-Gunya (Bayley Mifsud)

A descendant of the Kirrae and Peek Whurrong clan of the Marr Nation

Creating art has allowed me to connect with my culture on a deeper level that I have experienced. I have been raised extremely ... Learn more