Eucalyptus runner


The beautiful drooping Eucalyptus caesia is a native of the Western Australian Wheatbelt region. A mallee of the Eucalyptus genus, it is commonly known as Gungurru or Silver Princess. Initially it only grew on a small number of granite outcrops in the Wheatbelt but has now become widespread due to its beauty and fast growth.

Reinterpreted as a photographic image, screen-printed onto 100% linen.




Our table runners measure 150 x 45cm, and are hand screen-printed onto 100% linen.

Hand-printed textiles are unique creations and as a result may have some minor imperfections. We recommend a hand wash the first time, then gentle machine wash after that. Some shrinkage will occur given the fabric has not been pre-shrunk, and please avoid tumble-drying if possible. Following the first couple of washes the fabric may still be a bit crinkly, so just pull it into shape a bit before hanging up to dry. Ironing while still slightly damp or using a steam iron on the back gives an excellent result.


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