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Aboriginal Teapot - Otto Sims

This beautiful Aboriginal Teapot features Otto Sim’s  ‘Warlu Jukurrpa’ (Fire Dreaming) artwork.
It makes a fantastic, bright gift from Australia for overseas or for friends and family.
It comes in its own box featuring more about the artist and his work.
Why not complete the gift with some of the matching mugs or coasters? They’ll love it.

  • Fine Bone China Teapot with Strainer
  • Height (no lid): 13cm
  • Ideal for 2 cups of tea

See the full Otto Sims Collection here


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    *Please note that your entire order will be gift wrapped as one gift if you select this option

    Australian Delivery 

    • Free for orders over $100 (Standard Delivery)

    • $9.95 for orders under $100 (Standard Delivery)

    • $20.00 - Express Delivery

    Overseas Delivery

    • Express - Gifts Under 400G - $34.95
    • Express - Gifts 401g - 1kg - $59.95
    • Express - Gifts 1kg - 2kg - $69.95
    • Express - Gifts 2kg - 6kg - $79.95
    • Express - Gifts 6kg+ - $119.95 

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    0.75 kg

    This product has been designed by an Australian, for an Australian owned company who pays Australian taxes;  and has been made overseas.

    If Australian made is important to you - please see the Australian Made section here  where all products are proudly made in Australia.


    ABOUT THE ARTIST - OTTO SIMS

    Otto Jungarrayi Sims was born in 1960 at Yuendumu, an Aboriginal community about 290km northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
    He spendt much of his childhood travelling in the surrounding country.
    Otto finished high school in Yuendumu and has continued his studies through the indigenous college in Alice Springs where he achieved a bachelor in Business.
    He has worked for Yuendumu Council and the Tanami Goldmine in the 1990s.
    Otto’s father, Paddy Japaljarri Sims, passed stories down to Otto that were, in turn, passed down by to him by his parents, and their parents before them for millennia.
    These stories relate directly to Otto’s country at Kunajarrayi and Yanjilpirri, its features and flora and fauna.
    Otto has a passion for hunting Kiparra (Bush turkey), and can often be seen driving down backroads around Yuendumu in his four wheel drive.

    ABOUT WARLUKURLANGU ARTISTS OF YUENDUMU

    Otto has painted for Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu, since 1990, and was elected to its executive committee in 2002 and Chairman of the art centre in 2007.

    In March 2008 Otto travelled to Bahrain for the opening of a Warlukurlangu group exhibition at the La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art.