The yellow wattlebird is Australia’s largest honeyeater and is native to Tasmania.
They are named after the wattles in the corners of their mouths. Often described to sound like a person coughing, they are found in mountain shrubberies and open woodlands particularly amongst eucalypts and banksias from which they feed on. They are a common sight in urban parks and gardens.
. Inspired and designed in Australia + crafted in Arita, Japan
. Made using a 400 year old tradition
. Arita porcelain
. Traditional cobalt blue
. 15 cm diameter
. For display or to serve
. Dishwasher and microwave safe
. Comes with matching gift box
. Collection them all
This design is also available in a enamel pin.