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Puyurru Water Dreaming Mens Silk Tie

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  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
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Whether you’re giving a toast or presentation, you’ll look sharp in our silk ties. Our neckties will compliment your outfit and take you from work meetings to date nights, from formal events to summer weddings and beyond. Vibrant artwork tells stories of connection to country and culture. There’s a wide array of Indigenous designs to choose from to enhance your attire and stand out from the crowd.

Style: Silk Tie
Fabric: 100% Silk Twill
Sizing: 35cm x 35cm
Washing: Gently hand wash in cold water with a mild silk-friendly detergent. Rinse in cold water. Ball the tie together and lay flat on a towel to remove the excess moisture. Dry in shade.
Artist: Serina Nungarrayi
Story: Puyurru Water Dreaming

The site depicted in this painting is Puyurru. It tells the story of 'Ngapa Jukurrpa' (Water Dreaming). It was at the naturally occuring well of Puyurru that two Jangala men - rainmakers - sang the rain, unleashing a giant storm that travelled across the country. The Water Dreaming built hills at Ngamangama with baby clouds, and rock formtions by sticking long pointy clouds into the ground at Jukajuk. At Jukajuk, these rock and hill formations can still be seen.

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MEET THE ARTIST

Serina Nungarrayi

Aboriginal Pintupi woman

Serina Nungarrayi Jurrah lives in Kiwirrkura, WA, one of the most isolated communities in Australia. She visits family in the Warlpiri region of the Northern Territory on occasion and paints for Warlukurlangu Artists when she is available. She paints several bush food dreamings; most often a depiction of the "bush yam" vine.