The Kuranda Teahouse has an amazing range of ceramics and glassware which will excite and delight. Of course, in a nod to our name, there’s many different tea pots coming in all manner of shapes, sizes, colours and styles. Coffee mugs and teacups, bowls, vases, jewellery, statues, fragrance diffusers, glassware, decorative tiles, pots, planters and so much more. While our range is extensive there’s a theme that unites them all and that’s a celebration of colour, vibrancy and whimsy. We’ve sought out the best artists to bring you beautiful items, you’ll treasure forever.
Our ceramic range includes some seriously adorable pots and planters, which shop visitors are just loving right now. There’s bright and funky spoon rests and wall clocks, hand painted with some favourite Aussie critters including the emu, koala, nemo, geckos and green tree frogs. The glassware shimmers with intense colours, be it on small button earrings or the artful vases, champagne flutes, wine goblets, plates, rings and ornaments. Some featured items are below, with additional glassware and ceramics being added to the website all the time. If you’ve visited our store and can’t see what you’re looking for here, please contact us to enquire about availability and shipping. Call George on 0438 864 455 or email email@example.com
Australian-made glass button earrings, which are nickel free and waterproof. This is wearable art with each of the glass buttons handmade with care.
Cute pots and planters, too good not to share. Myrtle the Turtle likes to take it slow and will bring a smile to your dial. Has a hole and plug in the bottom.
This resin kitty cat pot is a cute addition to any home. It has a plug in the bottom and can be used for plants or decorations.
The teal fish planter would brighten up any bathroom or desktop. Cast in resin and finished by hand, will look beautiful with succulents and ornamental indoor plants.
Tropical glassware created by a local artist. Gold washed and richly enameled, incorporating the colours of the reef and rainforest.
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