Australian Aboriginal, Bush Food in Red, Dinner Napkin

Article number: N-MSAABR

Dinner Napkin

Get 15% off dinner napkins* when you purchase 12 or more, in ANY combination or variety.  During checkout, use DISCOUNT CODE:  fifteen

**Scroll to bottom for story of this Aboriginal Print

We sew our napkins right here in San Luis Obispo using the best quality cotton fabric available, and the most delightful and unique patterns we can find. We prewash and dry the fabric before making the napkins. This gives you an easy-care napkin which can be machine washed and dried without severe wrinkling or twisting. The napkins are expertly sewn with half-inch finished hems and mitered corners.

Each finished napkin measures approximately 18"x18"
Fabric Information:  100% Cotton
Care: Easy-Peasy… Machine Wash and Dry, No Bleach

Regarding Lead Times:
Many of our napkins are made to order and therefore lead time to shipping can be up to 10 days. If you require your napkins sooner, please let us know and we will happily prioritize your order.

*Discount does not apply to sale napkins.

**Story:  Australian Aboriginal people are hunters and gatherers. They collect a Major part of their food from the bush. They get fruits and other vegetables from the bush like bush banana, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bush tomato, plums, cherries, etc. They also collect mulga seeds to make tasty bread. Aboriginal people get their protein from Kangaroo, Wallaby, Lizard, Snakes, etc. However, Aboriginal people will always collect the right amount of food just for their needs. They do not spoil nature to hoard staple food. Likewise, they also do not kill animals’ insects etc. more than they requirement.

Cindy Wallace comes from a well-known artistic background. Cindy herself is a very good artist. We have printed a number of her excellent works in the past. Many of our customers will remember her name well. In her present artwork, Cindy depicted bush foods vividly such as Bush Sultana, Bush Tomato, and Cherries etc. Her skilled depiction of Waterholes, Running Water, Walking Path and Women with Digging Sticks looks colourful, vibrant and close to the collector’s heart.

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