Wear a beautiful piece of Australian art.
A collaboration between an Australian indigenous art centre and an Australian design company has produced these vibrant earrings in anodised aluminium and sterling silver.
Lisa Engeman, who is behind the design company Occulture, creates her contemporary and unique Australian jewellery using licensed artwork produced by Warlukurlangu aboriginal artists.
The artist is Melissa Nungarrayi Larry and her painting depicts Yumari Dreaming, which refers to a collection of rocks in the Gibson Desert, a site of a forbidden love union.
Lisa uses a special technique of anodising aluminium and then handcrafting and detailing the piece with sterling silver creating a unique pair of Australian sterling silver earrings.
The earrings are 11mm wide and 36mm long and the full length to the top of the earwire is 60mm.
Click here to view more jewellery from Occulture with matching bracelet and pendant.