Bush Berries 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. These statement earrings are perfect for adding a pop of colour to simple outfits. They feature gold accents and lightweight metal pieces printed with the artwork Bush Berries by Indigenous artist Holly Sanders.
These modern, elegant earrings capture the vibrancy of the beautiful Australian Bush.
Includes: Printed Metal Earrings, Square Silk Scarf
Material: Earrings- Lightweight printed metal. Gold metal ring 25mm. Gold metal jump rings. Gold metal surgical steel studs. Scarf- 100% silk.
Sizing: Earring- 5cm (H) x 2cm (W). Scarf- 53cm x 53cm
Story: Bush Berries.
Artist: Holly Sanders
This piece represents bush berries and seeds on Country. Food collected by women such as seeds and fruits, provided a regular diet for Aboriginal Bundjalung families on a daily basis.
Bundjalung women possess a detailed knowledge of our local environment, knowing which plants hold food and medicinal properties, how to use them, and where to find them. Women are educators, instilling in their jarjum (children) the knowledge of how to locate, gather, and prepare food.
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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Bundjalung woman