Earrings | Kunkanemkenh Pandanus by Injalak Arts | Small | Assorted Designs
Pandanus earrings made by one of Injalak's wonderful weavers. In Aboriginal languages, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and other body adornments are usually named after the body part they are used for. An earring is known as "Kunkanemkenh", made up of "kunkanem" (ear) and "kenh" (for).
Each piece of jewellery is connected to country, with subtle variations in colour from a combination of 100% local organic dyes, which makes each an individual piece a work of art.
Sterling silver hooks
Approx. 4.0 x 4.0cm
Handmade in Gunbalanya, West Arnhem Land
Please note: As each pair of earrings is a one off, please leave a note at checkout with which set of earrings you would like. For any further assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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