Mina Mina Ngalyipi Earrings
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Add sophistication and elegance to any outfit with our teardrop earrings. The lightweight metal pieces are printed with the gorgeous artwork Mina Mina Ngalyipi by Indigenous artist Kristy Anne Napanangka Martin.
This unique design represents Ngalyipi - the Warlpiri word for snake vine - a rope-like creeper that grows up the trunks and limbs of trees. Within the Mina Mina Dreaming story the ancestral women used digging sticks to collect this special vine.
Return policy: Due to hygiene and safety reasons we cannot accept any returns of earrings. Please note if the item is faulty, it is of course exempt from this rule.
Style: Printed Metal Earrings, Front printed with the artwork and back plain brown.
Material: Lightweight printed metal. Stainless steel details and French hooks.
Sizing: 6cm (H) x 3.5cm (W)
Story: Mina Mina Ngalyipi
Artist: Kirsty Anne Napanangka Martin-Brown
'Ngalyipi' is the Warlpiri word for snake vine. It is a rope-like creeper that grows up the trunks and limbs of trees. Within the Mina Mina Dreaming story, ancestral women used digging sticks to collect this special vine.
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I absolutely love these earrings. I haven’t stopped wearing them since I got them ♥️
My sister was thrilled and I was amazed how quickly I received my order. I love the details on the back of the cards. Terrific service. Thank you. Cindy
Design is stunning, great quality and delivery was fast.
Will be purchasing more
Very light earrings. I have had many compliments!
Excellent experience both ordering and delivery on time. My daughter loves these earrings so much. Thank you.
MEET THE ARTIST
Kirsty Anne Napanangka Martin-Brown
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Kirsty Anne Napanangka Martin-Brown is the daughter of Agnes Nampijinpa Brown and the grand-daughter of Molly Napurrurla Martin, both artists working with the Warlukurlangu Artists. Kirsty paints her Mina Mina Jukurrpa, Dreaming passed down on her father’s side. “I learnt about my culture...I know my Dreaming. I feel proud and closer to my culture when I paint my country.”