Wear a beautiful piece of Australian art.
A collaboration between an Australian indigenous arts centre and an Australian design company has produced this vibrant pendant in anodised aluminium and sterling silver. The artist is Mary Anne Nampijinpa Michaels and her painting is inspired by a rock hole in Western Australia and the dreamtime story of a rainbow serpent which rose from the waterhole and ate everyone there.
Lisa Engeman, who is behind the design company Occulture, showcases the licensed artwork produced by the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in her contemporary and unique jewellery.
Lisa uses a special technique of anodising aluminium and then handcrafting and detailing the piece with sterling silver.
This Australian pendant has a beautiful and very smooth finish, finished off with a top frame in sterling silver.
The pendant is 60mm long and 25mm wide and comes on a 45cm long black rubber necklace.
It will also look great on a long sterling silver chain and you can view our selection of chains here .
Match it with a Desert Colour cuff for an amazing set or view our full selection of Occulture jewellery.