An Everlasting Flower tea pot.
My family are Warida clan from the Badimaya First Nation
and this tea pot is for the fact that we all come from wild
flower country in the mid-west of WA.
It’s at sunset as it's symbolic of womanhood.
My grandmother Molly Dowling (nee Latham) was born in a field of everlastings or as their known in Badimaya country Gurdurdung.
Each tea pot ended up becoming a conversation piece
which is always good to start any good yarn with new friends or visiting family.
Yes, the top of the teapot is a large evelasting flower.