Corten Hanging Tui & Flax
lisa's summer collection of new zealand native inspired wall art.
tui are unique to new zealand. they are energetic, medium-sized, common and widespread. tui have distinctive white throat tufts (poi) and are very vocal.
harakeke or new zealand flax is one of nz's most distinctive plants.
tui and flax comes tied as shown and measures approximately 1.15m long. length can vary as each piece is individually finished. steel is 280mm and 400mm long.
you can adjust the rope to suit your space - long or short.
corten steel is an architectural rusting steel that is designed to rust. it has a copper content that ensures its core will not deteriorate and it will last a long long time. corten continues to look more fabulous the more it ages. the rust grows on the outside of the art, making it stronger. the art itself does not rust.
art work is intended to be hung using the rope on a hook, wall dot or nail.
a stunning addition of new zealand native wall art for your garden.
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Corten Hanging Tui & Flax
I recently won, one of Debbie’s art auctions. It was purchased as a 60th Wedding Anniversary gift for my in-laws. Debbie REALLY went the extra mile for us by gift wrapping the picture and writing a lovely card from my husband and I. We are living in Perth Western Australia and this meant so much to us, as we couldn’t be in Pukekohe to celebrate this milestone with them. Thanks Debbie!
Huge shout out to MorArt - my Dad loved his sweet fudge treat for Fathers Day ! Thank you for the personal (contact free) delivery when we couldn’t do this in person this year.
OMG your fudge was amazing and super smooth. The flavors were spot on and melted in our mouth. I brought this fudge pack for my husband for Father's day and this did not disappoint at all. Other than a hickup with the transport company what I really want to thank you was for your amazing customer service. You were professional and put me first. I can't wait to purchase more from you. Thank you.
Is your fudge Gluten Free?
Most of our fudge is Gluten Free yes! Although all of the flavours are pro uced in the same facility so there is always a risk of cross contamination. The flavours that do contain gluten are Chocolate Cookie, Ginger Kiss and Chocolate Mint as these flavours all have a biscuit crumb topping.
Should I store in the Fridge?
It is suggested that you DON'T store in the fridge, rather just in a sealed container in the pantry away from direct sunlight. Storing in the fridge will dry it out quicker.
How long does it last?
Your fudge will be amazing for at least 6 weeks....if you can keep it that long!
How is it packaged when I purchase online?
Each 100gram piece is individually wrapped and then popped in a box. Either a gift box if that is the option you choose, or if you mix and match your flavours you will receive your fudge in a plain white Coast Fudge box.
Your order will be dispatched within 1-3 days of receiving your order. On most occasions we will dispatch the following day. Auckland orders will usually arrive the day after dispatch, upper and lower North Island up to 2 days, and South Island 2-3 days.
If ypu feel like your order hasn't arrived when it should, please get in touch so we can track its whereabouts for you :)
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We have two stores, our first store was opened almost 10 years ago in Whangaparaoa, with our Milford store opening a few years later...
Did you know...
A large percentage of the products we sell in our stores are made and designed by us, for example our NZ Art Designs range. Owner Debbie Morgan has created this range of products using her own artwork. ALL of this range is made right here in NZ, even down to the packaging which is also made locally :)