Australian Aboriginal, Meeting Places in Ecru, Dinner Napkin

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Dinner Napkin

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**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

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**Story :
Meeting places are very important in Aboriginal culture. Elders and other meet together to discuss the well being of the community. All these gatherings address one or the other interactive insights into the traditional skills, ancient stories and day to day life of the Aboriginal people. The heads of the community will add their cultural experiences by sharing their mesmerized stories of ancient ancestors which are represented through their drawings. These gatherings provide an opportunity to come together to celebrate and consolidate their traditional cultural practices and identity.
Josie Cavanagh is a very good artist. She has depicted the meeting colorfully. Various circles in the artwork represents the waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.

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