Pink & White Terraces Hangi Stone
Pink and White Terraces Hangi Stone. Inspired by the Pink and White Terraces which were once a dominant feature on the shores of Lake Rotomahana.
Considered the 8th Wonder of the World, these giant staircases or waterfalls were formed as silica-rich water flowed down the hillside from boiling geysers. The Pink and White Terraces were the original New Zealand tourism destination until they were buried in the 1886 eruption of Mt Tarawera.
An original piece of glass art. Excellently suited as collector’s item or interior design accent. Handblown by award-winning glass artist Lynden Over in his Lava Glass Studio in Taupo, New Zealand. Each piece is signed and dated by the artist.
H 110 mm x W 250 mm x D 120 mm
Lynden has created a representation of Hangi Stones based on the shape of the smooth oval form of river stones. These river stones are heated by fire and laid in the earth in the traditional Maori cooking pit – the Hangi.
This piece is part of Lynden's signature range, the 'Volcanic Series', that explores the dramatic geological landscape of New Zealand. Lynden uses a layering technique where trails of liquid glass are controlled to create coloured landscapes.
We will select a piece in the same size but there will be pattern variations to the glass you receive. If you'd like a photo of the exact piece you will receive, please use our contact form or send an email to email@example.com.
We offer secure packaging and insured worldwide shipping. We guarantee 100% that our glass art will arrive intact at your doorstep.
Free shipping for all online orders.
Orders under NZD 325: NZD 30 for secure packaging and insured shipping.
Orders of NZD 325 and more: Free shipping.
Rest of World
Orders under NZD 350: NZD 65 for secure packaging and insured shipping.
Orders from NZD 351 - NZD 949: NZD 30 for secure packaging and insured shipping.
Orders of NZD 950 and more: Free shipping.
Once your product has been shipped, it usually takes 2 to 3 business days within New Zealand, 3 to 5 days to Australia, 5 to 10 working days to the rest of the world. As soon as we ship your parcel we'll send you an email with its tracking number.
Please note: Due to COVID-19 and insufficient airfreight capacity we are experiencing delayed international delivery times.
Online purchases shipped within New Zealand are delivered by Aramex Couriers. Please note: Aramex does not deliver to PO boxes.
We ship our glass art internationally with New Zealand Post. New Zealand Post cooperates with major local courier partners such as the US Postal Service (USA), Parcelforce (UK), La Post (FR), Deutsche Post (DE), Österreichische Post (AT).
We do not ship to the following countries: Barbados, Estonia, Israel, Russia, South Africa.
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If you fail to collect your parcel and it is returned to us, you are responsible for the return postage back to you. If your item(s) arrive damaged, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) photos of the damage, INCLUDING photos of all the packaging in which it arrived.
Every single piece of glass art is made in the Lava Glass studio in Taupo, New Zealand. Lynden Over is the award-winning New Zealand glass artist behind Lava Glass. His style is striking and unusual. His inspiration comes from the distinctive and dramatic New Zealand landscape; its geology and its light. The work itself awakening our senses. All glass works are signed and dated by the artist.