Aboriginal Artwork Earrings - Evelyn Robertson

Gift Wrap Options
Gift Wrap Explained Summary

Australian Gift Wrapping Services Online for Christmas

Gift Wrap Services

We love making your Australian gifts look extra special so why not save time and let us gift wrap or gift box your Australian gift for you. 

Gift Wrap & Gift Tag

Once you have selected and added to the shopping cart the products you would like to give as a present follow go to the Gift Wrapping & Gift Boxes page and follow the steps. This service includes a gift tag that will fit up a message up to 15 words

Greeting Card with Personal Message

If you would like to include a longer gift message or happy to not have the products wrapped then you can also add a Greeting Card with a Handwritten Message. There are lots of cards to choose from.

Note - We don't include invoices or pricing in any of our deliveries so you can send your gift direct to the recipient.

Limited edition Australian made wooden earrings.

The unique earrings have been made with sustainably grown Australian hoop pine plywood and features a printed portion of 'Ngapa Jukurrpa' (WaterDreaming) by Evelyn Nangala Robertson.

Evelyn was born in 1986 and grew up in Yuendumu, a remote Aboriginal community 290km north-west of Alice Springs where she was born. She started painting with the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in 2007, and her husband Kenneth Jungarrayi Martin also paints with Warlukurlangu Artists. Evelyn paints her Grandfather’s, Father’s and Grandmother’s Jukurrpa, Dreaming stories which relate to her land, its features and the plants and animals that inhabit it.

Being a natural product the wood will have variances in colour and grain.

The stud earrings have surgical steel findings and are approximately 1cm square.

The beautiful earrings come in a small box with information about the artist and artwork.

To care for the jewellery keep it in the protective packaging and wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth.

Royalties from this product directly benefit the Aboriginal artist Evelyn Nangala Robertson and her community.