Jarrah Lady Lily Junior Grinder by Bob Mackie.
Lady Lily Design was inspired by the beautiful weed, the Arum Lily, the first creation was shown to a friend who declared “it looks just like a lady mannequin from a fashion store”, hence the name Lady lily a combination of both.
The Junior Lady Lily was born from a customer having difficulty fitting the traditional design on her kitchen shelf, there just wasn’t enough room in her kitchen, hence junior was born!
A beautiful weed, A widespread conspicuous Declared Plant primarily found in wet, swampy habitats. Arum Lilies form dense clumps along streams and can restrict water flow and displace native vegetation. These lilies were originally introduced from South Africa for horticulture purposes. Arum Lilies are Declared Plants in Western Australia and all movement is prohibited.
Approx 37 cm high.
Timber: Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata).
Origin of Timber: Grown in the South West Region of WA.
The Belhus Bridge (number 915), over the Ellen Brook on West Swan Road was first built using Jarrah timber and convict labour in 1850 as a foot bridge. The bridge was rebuilt in 1988 to carry motor vehicles and in 2018 the Shire of Swan carried our a major upgrade replacing all the Jarrah timber pylons and beams with steel. The Jarrah was salvaged and has now been given a new life to grace the homes of generations to come.
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