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$84.90

Glass bowl by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30cm diameter and comes boxed. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$29.90

NZ made? ceramic wine glass by Splashy Ceramics. Great for that glass of chilled wine in the late afternoon summer sun! Our own custom design exclusive to us with brightly hand painted fun Mount Maunganui icons. Approx 22cm tall. PLEASE NOTE: these are a completely hand painted item so there may be very slight variance to that pictured.

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. This design is in acknowledgement of the waka huia. It was a treasured container for personal artifacts/possessions. This design stylises? the shape of the waka huia, which often took the form of a waka with carvings at each end. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. This design is a depiction of the mountain. In Maori culture, the place where one stood, was indicated by their mountain, river, tribe and chiefs. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. Aotearoa - (Land of the Long White Cloud) The most widely known and accepted maori name for New Zealand. A small, beautiful, first world country with a little more than 4 million inhabitants. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!  

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. ??KawaKawa?? ?? This is a popular design with Ngapuhi Maori; it has been adapted here to depict a leaf from the Kawakawa shrub. The Kawakawa is used as a medicine for a wide range of illnesses. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$46.90

Glass plate by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30 x 20cm and comes boxed. ??Awa (river)?? ?? This deisgn is a depiction of the river. In maori culture the place where one stood, was indicated by their mountain, river, tribe and chiefs. This design acknowledges the river. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. This design is in acknowledgement of the waka huia. It was a treasured container for personal artifacts/possessions. This design stylises? the shape of the waka huia, which often took the form of a waka with carvings at each end. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea! Click here for matching plate and matching bowl.

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. This design is a depiction of the mountain. In Maori culture, the place where one stood, was indicated by their mountain, river, tribe and chiefs. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. Aotearoa - (Land of the Long White Cloud) The most widely known and accepted maori name for New Zealand. A small, beautiful, first world country with a little more than 4 million inhabitants. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. ??KawaKawa?? ?? This is a popular design with Ngapuhi Maori; it has been adapted here to depict a leaf from the Kawakawa shrub. The Kawakawa is used as a medicine for a wide range of illnesses. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$39.90

Glass coasters by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 10 x 10cm set of 4 and come boxed. ??Awa (river)?? ?? This deisgn is a depiction of the river. In maori culture the place where one stood, was indicated by their mountain, river, tribe and chiefs. This design acknowledges the river. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!

$84.90

Glass bowl by Maori Boy. Handmade in Northland, these have traditional New Zealand designs in vibrant colours. Each design has the meaning described on the back. 30cm diameter and comes boxed. This design is in acknowledgement of the waka huia. It was a treasured container for personal artifacts/possessions. This design stylises? the shape of the waka huia, which often took the form of a waka with carvings at each end. See our coordinating bowls, plates and coasters for a great gift idea!