Mustardseed & Moonshine was founded with the idea to make beautiful ceramic flowers that were both usable and lasting, flowers that were meticulously crafted, and yet simultaneously robust and functional. Although Mustardseed & Moonshine has grown over the years, it remains a studio of dedicated artists, and the pride that goes into each piece is tangible. The artists who hand-make all of these delicate flowers from Ramekins to Salad Bowls in high-fired earthenware, work with love and dedication to bring a truly original piece to you.
Small Bowl Gladiola
Content: High-Fired Earthenware Ceramic
Dishwasher, Oven and Microwave Safe
Sold By: Each
The genus Gladiolus contains about 260 species, of which 250 are native to sub-Saharan Africa, mostly South Africa. The South African species were originally pollinated by long-tongued anthrophorine bees, but some changes in the pollination system have occurred, allowing pollination by sunbirds, noctuid and sphingid moths, long-tongued flies and several others. The stage character Dame Edna Everage has adopted the gladiolus as her trademark flower; the flowers often appear in her publicity photos and stage appearances, and she is known to throw them to her possums at the end of a show.
Hand Crafted Earthenware
Petals are laid one at a time by expert artisans. They are then carefully hand painted and inspected.
Please remember that variations or imperfections are the unique qualities of a handmade product.
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