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Sunflower tile trivet
This vibrant Kansas sunflower opens up to the sun. The beautiful hand-made tile trivet is backed with felt. In 1903 Kansas adopted the vibrant Helianthus as the state flower. Today the plant has become an important crop and a popular symbol of the state. By Joyce E. Furney from the Clay Cellar of Manhattan, Kansas.

6 inches square

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Located in Manhattan, Kansas, the Clay Cellar studio creates art with the flow and grace of the universe. These unique items complement any home, contemporary or traditional décor. Read more

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