Thursday, October 3, 2013

Maori Boy Glassware

Maori Boy glass pieces are some of our favourite NZ made gifts. We love the bold use of colour, the beautiful designs, and the fabulous quality of the products. Each year we look forward to see the new fresh designs that Monty and the Maori Boy team have transformed into their lovely art glass. The designs are modern    interpretations of classic Maori designs and themes, and each platter has a 'story' on the back explaining the significance of the design.

Here are some of our favourite pieces, new and old. Remember, we may not show all product shapes (e.g. platters, bowls, clocks, coasters etc), in all the designs and all the colours on our website, but just ask - we can easily source the piece you would like. 
Kawakawa (a medicinal shrub) shown in the lovely white and soft aqua bubbles.

Kowhaiwhai (the painted scroll design often seen on Maori meeting houses), here in Burnt Red & Slate. Also available in Teal & Black

Red 'Awa' (river) and Teal & Black Tawhirimatea (the weather God)

Square platters including Ta Moko (facial tattoo) in green & white (also available in black and driftwood)

Tangaroa (Sea God) in Red & Black (also available in Green & Black)

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