'NGALUWI' BANDED KELP SHELL EARRINGS - ARRIVING DEC
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The 'Ngaluwi' shell drop earrings have been co-designed with Worimi artist Krystal Hurst for the MAARA Collective X Gillawarra Arts exclusive jewellery collaboration 'Land Meets Sea.'
Ngaluwi means 'waves' in Gathung (the language of the Worimi people). 'Ngaluwi' brought these delicate banded kelp shells to the shore, carrying them from far away to our home on the east coast.
These intricate earrings combine tiny banded kelp shells, hand collected from Country, with classic freshwater pearls to create delicate pieces that invoke imagery of our sacred shores and waterways.
Components: Banded kelp shells, freshwater pearls
Fixings: Sterling Silver
Full length: 10cm (from top of hook to end of beads)
Please note that coming from nature, there may be a slight variation in shell colours to what is shown in the images. All shells used are variations of whites, beige browns, soft pinks and smoke greys; all beautiful in their own unique way.
HAND MADE IN AUSTRALIA by Krystal Hurst