Skimming Stones Porcelain Plate - Gang-Gang Cockatoo

Skimming Stones

Skimming Stones Gang-Gang Cockatoo Porcelain Plate

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. Measuring 15 cm in diameter and coloured in colbalt blue, the plates can be used for light snacks or great for display piece. Comes in a beautiful packaged box.

Found mostly in alpine regions of Australia,the gang-gang cockatoo is a relatively small cockatoo. A bird characterised by a grey body and contrasting red head seen exclusively on males. They have a call resembling a squeaky gate or the opening of a wine bottle. Considered as the most primitive example of cockatoos it is the bird emblem of the Australian Capital Territory. The name gang-gang comes from a Aboriginal language, possibly from Wiradjuri.

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Melbourne, Victoria



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