Dinawan "Emu" Sterling Silver Earrings by Sonia Pallett
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These Sterling Silver earrings are named dinawan, gawumaran, nguruwiny which is Wiradjuri language for Emu.
These earrings are completely 925 Sterling Silver. These Emu earrings are great and make a fantastic gift or a special treat for yourself.
Sonia Pallett grew up on Wiradjuri Country in Dubbo NSW, and her ancestors are from Kooma near Cunnamulla area.
Sonia has made jewellery since early childhood with a flair for the unusual, however life gets in the way of your passions. Over the years she has worked in construction where she completed a Carpentry Apprenticeship.
Since then she has put down the Carpentry tools and picked up Jeweller’s tools!
"I love to work in sterling silver and semi-precious stones which add colour and dimension to my pieces. I am proud to have created a collection of jewellery bringing my Ancestor's storytelling symbols into a modern light with non-traditional wearable art. Most of this collection is named in Wiradjuri Language, helping everyone understand and appreciate our Culture."
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