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Water Dreaming Playmat

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Designed by the very talented Dean Jakamara Briscoe artist and owner of Anmatyerr Arts and Crafts. Born in Alice Spri...
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Water Dreaming Playmat

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462202
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Designed by the very talented Dean Jakamara Briscoe artist and owner of Anmatyerr Arts and Crafts. Born in Alice Springs, but spent most of his life out bush with his family in Australian Aboriginal communities, Dean has lived a very traditional life experiencing hunting, gathering, language and culture that has been practiced for many generations by his people. A beautiful way to introduce traditional Aboriginal art and culture. The versatility, lightweight and durability of the recycled polypropylene outdoor playmats are only enhanced by how easy they are to keep clean. Mat is reversible. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au. Made of UV treated recycled polypropylene. Measures 180 H x 180cm W.
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