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Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Johny Maynard Jr.-Bowl-Native Northwest-[designed in bc]-[authentic indigenous]-[native art canada]-All The Good Things From BC
Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Johny Maynard Jr.-Bowl-Native Northwest-[designed in bc]-[authentic indigenous]-[native art canada]-All The Good Things From BC
Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Johny Maynard Jr.-Bowl-Native Northwest-[designed in bc]-[authentic indigenous]-[native art canada]-All The Good Things From BC
Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Johny Maynard Jr.-Bowl-Native Northwest-[designed in bc]-[authentic indigenous]-[native art canada]-All The Good Things From BC
Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Maynard Johnny Jr.
Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Maynard Johnny Jr.

Porcelain Art Bowl - Hummingbird by Maynard Johnny Jr.

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This vibrant porcelain Art Bowl is the perfect way to perk up meal time. Featuring a contemporary Indigenous design interior and a textured exterior this bowl is as beautiful to look at as it is functional. Great gift for any occasion, such as housewarming party. Can be easily matched with mugs, plates and tea towels from the same collection.

Each piece is handcrafted with slight variations making each piece unique in color & design.

Artist Maynard Johnny Jr. about the design:

"Hummingbirds represent joy and happiness."

Hummingbird has become a popular symbol of beauty and love. This tiny bird is said to be able to turn sunlight into weightless jewels of rainbow. It often represents the ability of women to be busy, beautiful and productive at the same time.

Dimensions:  small: 4.25" x 2.25" /  5.5 x 11 cm, medium: 2 2/4" x 6" / 7.2 x 15 cm
Weight:  small: 6.6 oz /  186 g, medium: 13.7 oz / 390 g 
Material:  porcelain
Care: dishwasher & microwave safe

Learn more about Coast Salish, Kwakwaka`wakw Maynard Johnny Jr.

Designed in Beautiful BC, Canada by Native Northwest.

5 % of pre-tax sales of indigenous themed items goes to IRSSS (Indian Residential School Survivors Society)


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