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Made on Gunggari

Handmade Yellow 'Tidda' Sister Basket Necklaces

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Made on Gunggari is:

  • Indigenous owned
  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training
These woven necklaces are hand weaved using traditional techniques passed down from generation to generation. Traditionally given as a gift from gunii (mother) to ngamurr (daughter), miimi (sister) to tidda (sister), baagii (grandmother) to granddaughter, walgan (aunty) to niece, wambanhiiya (cousin) to wambanhiiya, maliyaa (friend) to maliyaa, you would place something special inside and give as a gift.

Each necklace is handmade by Kamilaroi Kooma woman Natasha Rossington.

Please note: These necklaces are handmade so the size and colours may vary slightly from the images.

Product: Handmade Woven Tidda (Sister) Basket Necklace
Materials: Hand dyed and Coloured Raffia, Coloured Waxed Thread, Queensland and Victorian Quandong seeds
Sizing: Basket varies between 3.5cm to 5.5cm
Artist: Natasha Rossington
Colour: Yellow

Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.

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MEET THE ARTIST

Natasha Rossington (Made on Gunggari)

Kamilaroi/Kooma Aboriginal Woman

“Weaving connects me to my culture in different ways, if I am weaving using the grasses, bones, stones, timber, and dyes from the land this allows me to connect to the ancestors who have passed this knowledge down from generation to generation.”

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