Ngurun Sky Gift Set - (Silk Square Scarf & Earrings)
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This is the ultimate accessory gift set including a gorgeous pair of earrings and luxurious silk scarf. Whether paired with pastel tones, neutral or monochromatic tones these bold geometric earrings are sure to spice up your outfit and turn heads! These earrings feature lightweight printed metal showcasing the artwork Ngurun Sky by Indigenous artist Holly Sanders.
These modern earrings depict the diverse colours of the sky and its connection to culture, ceremony, and stories.
Includes: Printed Metal Earrings, Square Silk Scarf
Material: Earrings- Lightweight printed metal. Silver metal studs. Scarf- 100% silk.
Sizing: Earring- 5cm (H) x 2cm (W). Scarf- 53cm x 53cm
Story: Ngurun Sky
Artist: Holly Sanders
This artwork depicts the importance of the sky. Bundjalung people of Australia have a rich lore associated with the sky and many stories and ceremonies are tied to the sky. Everything under the Dreaming creation is represented in the ground, the ocean and in the sky. Aboriginal people have been studying the sky for tens of thousands of years and are the first astronomers. Sacred Wollumbin (Mount Warning) on Bundjalung country is the first place in Australia to be touched by the sun each morning. The colours in this artwork represent the morning sky.
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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Bundjalung woman