Ngatijirri Nests Large Square Silk Scarf
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Soft, elegant and super versatile, our Square Silk Scarf is the perfect accessory to add that finishing touch to any outfit. Our luxury silk scarves have hand-rolled edges and come in an assortment of Indigenous designs and amazing colours. With endless styling possibilities - they can be worn as a bolero, a headscarf, or a drapey top fastened with a belt around the waist - they are the perfect piece to keep on hand this season!
Style: Large Square Silk Scarf
Fabric: 100% Silk Chiffon
Washing: Gently hand wash in cold water with mild silk-friendly detergent. Rinse in cold water. Ball together to remove excess water. Lay flat on a towel and roll up to absorb lingering moisture. Lay flat to dry in shade.
Artist: Kenneth Jungarrayi Martin
Story: Ngatijirri Nests
'Ngatijirri' (Budgerigar) are small, bright green birds native to central Australia which are common around the Yuendumu area, especially after the summer rains. Men would hunt for Ngatijirri nests, robbing them of eggs and juvenile birds, which are both considered delicacies.
Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Kenneth Jungarrayi Martin
Aboriginal Warlpiri man
Kenneth is a member of the ‘Lajamanu Teenage Band’, they are one of the most popular live acts in the Territory and have played Survival, Burunga, Melbourne Fringe and many other community festivals. When Kenneth is not travelling with his music, he paints at the Warlukurlangu Artists Art Centre. He enjoys painting his father’s Jukurrpa, Yankirri (Emu Dreaming).