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Small Ningaloo dishes fused and slumped

The Ningaloo Series is based on the wondrous colours of the Ningaloo Reef and the 500 species of tropical fish that swim there!
Situated on the Western Coast of Australia the Ningaloo Reef meets the beach of the North West Cape. It is a virtually untouched barrier reef of 260km length protecting a shallow, brilliant white sandy lagoon of clear tropical waters.
It is one of the rare places on earth where you are able to walk from the beach straight onto a coral reef.
Each of my glass pieces is unique.

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Ningaloo Platter

This dish reflects the amazing colours of the Ningaloo Reef with its turqoise blue waters and amazing coral gardens.

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Ningaloo 24cm Platter Fused and Slumped Glass

This dish reflects the amazing colours of the Ningaloo Reef with its turqoise blue waters and amazing coral garden. Embellished with dichroic glass.

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Small Ningaloo Dish

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Ningaloo Plate 19cm square.

Each of my Ningaloo Platters and dishes is unique.

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Ningaloo plate 24cm square.

As you can see, my fused and slumped Ningaloo pieces are Unique.

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Desert Sand - small dish

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Rivergum 17cm dish

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The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles Desert is a series of limestone formations scattered over vast yellow rippled sand. It is part of the Nambung Park, named by the aboriginal people after the winding river. Nambung means crooked.
This stunning piece represents the tracks in the sand around the amazing Pinnacles, and the bright yellow sand.

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Ningaloo - just 13cm square.

A small piece that would make an ideal sweet dish or a very different soap dish.

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Small 17cm dish

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Gum Leaf Tile

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Green Tree Frog

Kiln-fired - ideal for the bathroom!

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Stripey Soap Dishes

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Sticks and Stones Plate 21cm square

Sticks and Stones” represents the barren land we come across sometimes. Somewhere where the salt has crept up onto the surrounding farmland and all there are a few plants struggling to survive.

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Butterfly - comes in a range of colours

Flutter by,
Butterfly,
Floating flower
in the sky.
Kiss me with your
Petal wings---
Whisper secrets,
Tell of spring.

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Butterfly Blue Dish 14 cm.

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Geometrics Dish 14cm

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Geometrics Dish 14 cm

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Stripes

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Stripes 2

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Stripes 3

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Stripes 5

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Striped Blue and Red Plate 20CM.

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Blue Striped Dish 20cm

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Murchison Platter - White.Background

On 28th September 1969 at 10:58 am, near the town of Murchison, Victoria, a bright fireball, was observed to separate into three fragments before disappearing, leaving a cloud of smoke. About 30 seconds later, a tremor was heard. Many specimens were found over an area larger than 13 km², with individual masses up to 7 kg – one broke through a roof of a hayshed and fell in hay.
The Murchison Platters reflect the many coloured rocks that can be found in the Murchison district after this event.
This Platter can be used as a decorator item or to serve salads or your favourite sweets – never straight from the oven or freezer.
Something delightful to enjoy.

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Murchison- Black Background

Comes in 40cm and 20cm platters. Each one is unique