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Yumari Dreaming Earrings


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Love all things jewellery? Then you will love our range of jewellery that will brighten up any outfit meant for any occasion. Our beautiful jewellery pieces will also make for great gifts. All our pieces carry details of stories said by Indigenous artists and the patterns featured come in various colour palettes from bright colours to muted pastels to more monochromatic numbers, so you are sure to find
something that suits your taste or any occasion, within our range.

High quality materials 

Aneura’s earrings come in gorgeous, elegant prints that our customers love. These artworks tell beautiful stories about the wildlife and the flora and fauna of Australia. Their metal composition makes them super lightweight and easy to carry around. Many of their designs also come in gift sets, along with matching silk square scarves, making it all the more easier for you to achieve a stylish cohesive look. We assure you that any woman in your life would be thrilled to receive these as a gift. Another one of our favourite brands here at Yarn is Better World Arts, whose range of wooden bangles are coveted by our customers. Each design features hand-painted artworks by First Nations artists. Coming in an array of intricate designs and colours, our range of bangles are super versatile and can be matched with almost anything. Grab one now to jazz up your basic outfits.

Modern designs 

When we think of “elegant”, Aneura is the brand we think of. With effortlessly elegant and modern designs, Aneura beautifully marries vividness and grace together. They treat each of their products as an opportunity to tell us beautiful stories about the flora and fauna, landscapes and the culture of First Nations communities through the creations of Indigenous artists. Better Worlds Arts, whose wooden bangles our customers love, also work with Indigenous artists to help promote the recognition of their work. They also work with artists from remote regions from all over the world, helping make important contributions to local communities.