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Alperstein Tea Spoons
Ceramic spoons with Indigenous designs in a carboard box
Ceramic spoons with Indigenous designs in a carboard box
Alperstein Tea Spoons
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Alperstein Tea Spoons

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Jazz up your cutlery drawer with some of these Aboriginal Art teaspoons.

Teaspoons are based on different Aboriginal artwork artists from Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu, Australia.  Royalties from this product directly benefit the artist and their community.

  • 4 x matching teaspoons packaged in a gift box including information about the artist and artwork.
  • Porcelain handles featuring the artwork - Same artwork (different placement on each spoon, designs may slightly vary from what is pictured)
  • Stainless Steel Spoon.
  • Spoon dimensions: 14.5cm x 2.5cm
  • Box dimensions: 12cm x 20cm x 3cm

These are a great gift or souvenir that you will actually want to use!

About the artists:

  • 'Ngatijiri Jukurrpa (Green Budgerigar Dreaming)' - By Ruth Stewart. 
    Ruth Napaljarri Stewart resides in Yuendumu, (Northern Territory, Australia) and is part of the Warlpiri Group. She has been exhibiting artwork since 1986 throughout Australia and around the world; including exhibitions in England, USA, New Zealand, Germany & Scotland. Ruth Napaljarri Stewart is featured in the collections of Major Art Institutions in Australia and around the world. The Ngatijiri Dreaming belongs to the Napalijarri and Nungarrayi women and Japalijarri/Jungarrayi men. The Ngatijiri are small green, bright budgerigars native to central Australia.

  • Judy Watson - Judy Napangardi Watson was born at Yarungkanji, Mt. Doreen Station, at the time when many Warlpiri & other Central & Western Desert Peoples were living a traditional nomadic life. Judy was taught painting by her elder sister, Maggie Napangardi Watson. She painted alongside her at Warlukurlangu artists for a number of years, developing her own unique style. She is at the forefront of a move towards more abstract rendering of Jukurrpa by Warlpiri artists, however her work retains strong kurruwarri, the details which tell of the sacredness of place and song in her culture. Judy Napangardi Watson has been exhibiting artwork since 1990 throughout Australia & around the world. Her works are featured in several major collections.
  • 'Yankirri Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming)' - By Teddy Gibson. Teddy Gibson from Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu, Australia. He paints Jukurrpa stories. Dreamings from his father's side, in particular Dreamings that relate directly to his land - a site west of Nyirripi in the 'tali' sandhill country close to the Gibson Desert., south of Lake McKay - it's features and the plants and animals that inhabit it.
  • 'Warlu Jukurrpa (Fire Dreaming)' - By Otto Sims. Otto paints his father's, Paddy Japaljarri Sims, stories, that were passed down to Paddy by his parents, and their parents before them for millennia. These stories relate directly to Otto's country at Kunajarrayi and Yanjilpirri, its features and flora and fauna. Otto has painted for Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu, since 1990, and was elected to its executive committee in 2002 and Chairman of the art centre in 2007.

 

About Alperstein Designs:

  • Alperstein Designs reproduce Aboriginal artworks, under license, on a range of functional lifestyle products so that you can bring some art into your everyday! 
  • Royalties from these products benefit the artists and their community. They pay ongoing royalties based on licensing agreements which are renewed periodically together with the Artists and Art Centre. Artists always retain copyright ownership of their artwork. 
  • Before going into production, they consult with the Artists and Art Centres to ensure that the products you enjoy have been signed off on and all products come packaged with information about the artists and the artwork. 
  • They are members of The Indigenous Art Code and the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia which work to ensure ethical dealings within the sector.