Necklace | Quandong & Ininiti seed | Lena Driffen | red & brown
Made from hand gathered Ininiti seeds and difficult to find Quandong seeds, these beautiful necklaces are individually crafted by Tjanpi artist Lena Driffen.
Inititi seeds are collected from the Bat-wing Coral Tree, a tree often featured in Aboriginal mythology. Each seed is carefully pierced with wire heated in a fire before being left to dry before then being threaded onto elastic. These necklaces can take hours to make and each individual one is a unique piece of wearable art.
Approx. 30cm drop
Made from hand gathered Ininiti and Quandong seeds
Note: Photos are for reference only. Each necklace is completely unique and colours and patterns will vary greatly. If you have a preference for colour please contact the store and we will do our best to accommodate you,
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