Mismatched Grevillea silver earrings

A pair of beautifully mismatched Australian earrings with aboriginal artwork.

These Australian drop earrings have two slightly differently shaped aluminium drops. The aluminium drops are photo anodised with part of Brenda Punytjina Armstrong’s colourful painting. The painting depicts a waterhole at Pukara where women would dance and perform ceremonies for the Honey Grevillea plant. The nectar from its yellow flower is regarded as a delicacy and ceremonies were held to increase the amount of nectar.

A special technique is required to anodise the aluminium with this beautiful artwork and provide a silky smooth and durable surface. They are the result of a collaboration between an Australian indigenous art centre and an Australian design company.

The drops hang from sterling silver hooks and have a hammered silver disc at the end.

The earrings are 45 and 55mm long.



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