Ngarlikurlangu Quilt Cover Set
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Returns: Please note our quilt covers and sheet sets are unfortunately not eligible for returns due to health regulations. However, if the item is faulty, it is of course exempt from this rule, you can see our full returns policy here.
Product: Quilt Cover Set
Includes: Quilt Cover + 2 x Pillowcases (Single size includes only one pillowcase)
Materials: 100% cotton (with sateen finish) - 300 thread count
Washing: Wash separately before use. Gentle machine wash with similar colours. Do not bleach. Line dry in shade. Warm steam iron on reverse.
Sizing: Super King: 270 x 240cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
King: Quilt Cover 245cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Queen: Quilt Cover 210cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Double: Quilt Cover 180cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Single: Quilt Cover 140cm x 210cm + 1 pillowcase 48cm x 73cm.
Artist: Margaret Nangala Gallagher
This 'Yankirri Jukurrpa' (Emu Dreaming) painting takes place at a special location; a rockhole called 'Ngarlikurlangu.' An emu travelled to this rockhole to find water. In the painting, you can see the emu tracks represented by the arrow shapes.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Margaret Nangala Gallagher
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Margaret Nangala Gallagher is the daughter of Pauline Napangardi Gallagher, an artist who has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists since 2005. She paints with her mother and learnt to paint watching her mother and other people in the community painting.