Kapok Tray - Black
This stunning ZAKKIA collection has been created to display a simple texture symbolic of the Kapok fruit when dried and cracking.. A bush native to Australia which is a key calendar marker for the indigenous Jawoyn people. When the pod cracks, the freshwater crocodile’s eggs are also cracking and hatching. This collection is a reminder and a celebration about the wealth of knowledge Australia’s indigenous people have developed over tens of thousands of years about our environment. This knowledge is so important and needs to be passed down generation after generation. We hope that you will love your piece and treasure it.
The Jawoyn seasons calendar is split into five major seasons;
Jiyowk, Bangkarrang, Malapparr, Jungalk and Guran.
It measures 35cm in diameter and 3cm high.