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Community-owned-and-operated Wathaurong Glass specialises in stunning Indigenous art with a variety of applications.
The company’s glass creations can be used for everything from plaques to signage, panels, doors, widows, furnishings and mirrors.
The proudly Indigenous team behind the company uses techniques including kiln-forming and sandblasting to produce the high-quality artworks.
While the team’s exquisite, detailed artwork looks great on display in corporate or household settings, Wathaurong Glass can also produce functional items like bowls and platters in a range of colours including transparent, blue, green and grey.
The various designs and products offer unique gift idea for celebrations such as weddings, birthdays and corporate milestones.
Wautharong Glass even produces the medal for the best player in the AFL’s annual Dreamtime at the ’G match between Essendon and Richmond.
Custom pieces are also available for clients who want to have input into the design.
Orders can be made easily online at Wathaurong Glass’s website.
Wathaurong Glass was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit business to help express Aboriginal art in glass, so buying from the company puts money back into the local Indigenous community.
The term ‘Wathaurong’, or wathawurrung, or wadda wurrung, refers to a recognised tribe comprising 25 groups, or clans. Wauthaurong boundaries stretch from Geelong, north to Werribee River, north-west to Bacchus Marsh, south-west to Cressy, south-east to Colac, east to Lorne, and around the Bellarine Peninsula.
More information is available at wathaurongglass.com.au by visiting Wathaurong Glass at 16 Rodney Road, North Geelong.

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