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White, red, black and terracotta coloured smudge bowl pendant with bear paw in the centre on isolate white backdrop
White, black and terracotta coloured smudge bowl pendant with bear paw in the centre on isolate white backdrop

Smudge Bowl Pendant

Regular price
$58.00
Sale price
$58.00
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Artists: George Leach, Stl'atl'imx and Rosie Johnnie-Mills, Cowichan/Haida
Material: Ceramic, copper wrap

Dimensions: Approx. 2" across

Together, husband/wife team George Leach and Rosie Johnnie-Mills make these high-fired porcelain smudge & go bowls.

The smudge bowls are striking as pendants, functional for smudging, and beautiful on display. After smudging, they can be washed or wiped, and worn again.

In the words of the artists:

“Wearable and durable, your smudge bowl pendant can go with you everywhere and be there for you for those emergency times or just-because times when you feel the need to smudge.

“Our Smudge & Go Bowls are a gift of wellness for giveaway ceremonies, for your loved ones, or a special something just for you on your cultural walk through our modern society.”

Because they are handmade with natural materials, no two smudge bowls will be exactly alike, and they may differ slightly from the product photos.

 

About the artists:

George Leach, Stl’atl’imx

George is an award-winning artist who seamlessly blends his music, pottery and acting careers, ping-ponging energy from one artistic expression to the next, never wasting a drop of inspiration.

George’s pottery is his grounding, his peace, the mortar to the bricks for his life's work as an evolving artist.

 

Rosie Johnnie-Mills, Cowichan/Haida

Rosie is the ninth child of Delmar Seletze Johnnie (Khenipsen Cowichan, Salish); first child of Victoria Mills (Skidegate, Haida).

Rosie was introduced to pottery when she met her husband, George Leach. She has been blessed with the opportunity to explore her ancestral designs and stories with the teachings of clay handed down to her.