Snake Tracks Neck Tie & Pocket Square Set by Mainie
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This beautifully handmade silk necktie and pocket square set features an authentic Aboriginal art design by North Queensland artist, Justin Butler.
These stylish wearable art pieces are created for the well-dressed man who is seeking a timeless and distinctively Australian fashion investment.
- 100% Silk twill necktie
- 100% Silk twill pocket square
- Digitally printed silk
- Presented in a handmade gift box lined with tissue paper
- Artwork and artist information card
- Royalties are paid to the artist with every item sold
The Artwork Story
Wingee Ginna (Snake Tracks)
The original artwork by artist Justin Butler depicts the tracks (Ginna) left behind after a snake (Wingee) has crossed the ground. The black semi-circular designs represent the snake’s scales. The Bandjin people are the traditional owners of Hinchinbrook Island which lies off the coast of North Queensland, Australia.
Hinchinbrook island is the largest island on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
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