Waterhole Emu Feather Earrings
Ngulburnan, yuriyawi Dirrawang - Waterhole sterling silver earrings with emu feathers, handcrafted by Aboriginal jewellery artist, Sonia Pallett.
Born in Wiradjuri Country, the land of three rivers, Dubbo NSW, Sonia creates jewellery bringing her ancestor's storytelling symbols into a modern light with non-traditional wearable art.
Ngulburnan, yuriyawi in Wiradjuri language means waterhole, Dirrawang means emu feather.
Light to wear, these stunning earrings feature sterling silver discs, measuring approx 21mm diameter, combined with emu feathers, hanging from handmade sterling silver hooks, with a total hang length is approx 20cm. The Emu feathers are found in Yuwaalaraay Country.
About Sonia Pallett
Raised in Wiradjuri Country, Sonia's mob is from Kooma, SW Queensland near the Cunnamulla area. Sonia has been making jewellery since early childhood with a flair for the unusual. Having completed a carpentry apprenticeshop, she spent many years working in construction, but now follows her passion, working with sterling silver and semi-precious stones to create jewellery showcasing Aboriginal culture and language.
Handmade in Wiradjuri Country / Dubbo NSW by Sonia Pallett.