Hamsa Hand Mustard Incense Holder

$44.00

We are beyond thrilled to share the stunning Hamsa Hand Mustard Incense Holder from The Clay Society! A Queensland-based studio, The Clay Society uses the medium of clay to create thoughtful, functional and beautiful pieces for the home. They design for conscious consumers and are inspired by the sacred earth on which we live and create. 

  • Mustard clay incense holder 

  • Approximate dimensions:  H14cm x W10cm
  • Small variations may occur from pictured photo.

  • Handmade on the Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia

Every product you purchase supports Remote Laundries to break the cycle of health related issues in Aboriginal communities by providing access to free laundry facilities and employment opportunities. The Clay Society founder, Jules Laidlaw is a former nurse. She knows first hand the positive impact that Remote Laundries make, improving health, reducing disease and empowering communities. The Clay Society collaborates with government organisations, not for profits and art centres on collaborative design projects, training and development. Their Field Trips go into remote Aboriginal communities to educate and empower indigenous women through clay building workshops.

 

We are beyond thrilled to share the stunning Hamsa Hand Mustard Incense Holder from The Clay Society! A Queensland-based studio, The Clay Society uses the medium of clay to create thoughtful, functional and beautiful pieces for the home. They design for conscious consumers and are inspired by the sacred earth on which we live and create. 

  • Mustard clay incense holder 

  • Approximate dimensions:  H14cm x W10cm
  • Small variations may occur from pictured photo.

  • Handmade on the Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia

Every product you purchase supports Remote Laundries to break the cycle of health related issues in Aboriginal communities by providing access to free laundry facilities and employment opportunities. The Clay Society founder, Jules Laidlaw is a former nurse. She knows first hand the positive impact that Remote Laundries make, improving health, reducing disease and empowering communities. The Clay Society collaborates with government organisations, not for profits and art centres on collaborative design projects, training and development. Their Field Trips go into remote Aboriginal communities to educate and empower indigenous women through clay building workshops.

 

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