Skimming Stones Cheese Sticks Porcelain Plate
The Melbourne International Gateway, otherwise known locally as the ‘Cheese Sticks’ has become an iconic landmark seen by many travelling on the Citylink Highway in Melbourne.
The landmark was designed by the architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall and unveiled to the public in 2000 and is intended to give viewers the sensation of travelling through a gateway to or from Melbourne.
The 39 red coloured sticks, represents the wheat industry whilst a 70 metre tall yellow rectangular pillar symbolises the Australian Gold Rush of the 1850s.
. Inspired and designed in Australia + crafted in Arita, Japan
. Made using a 400 year old tradition
. Arita porcelain
. Traditional cobalt blue
. 15 cm diameter
. For display or to serve
. Dishwasher and microwave safe
. Comes with matching gift box
The gorgeous Australian collection is designed by Skimming Stones from Melbourne to create a collection of porcelain plates with Japanese ceramic company Kihara. The design intent is to explore, beyond the cliché, a fresh look into Australiana.
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Type: Porcelain Plates