always was, always will be | mismatch hoop set | rachael sarra x concrete jellyfish

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A mismatch set of one each of the four collective symbol hoops.

A collection of symbols embodying this years NAIDOC theme;

Always was, Always will be

The land on which we live and work Always was and always will be, Aboriginal Land. The soil rich with over 65000 years of resilience, our spirits guided by our ancestors as we walk across the land, at one with our wildlife, our people and respecting our sacred sites to preserve our culture, the longest continuing culture in the world. We are a nation of nations, our culture running deep within and around us all.

Words by Rachael Sarra

Each order will also receive a lilac canvas jellyfish pouch; a pair of lilac people symbol mini hoops and a copy of Rachael’s story behind each piece.

Approximate largest size in the set 3.5cm x 7cm.

This is a light weight earring.

Each pair are handmade so will be unique just for you.  Please also note all of our pearls are irregular freshwater pearls and as such will be unique having different sizes, finish and shape.

Handcrafted from hand poured resin, hand painted acrylic, mineral acrylic, acrylic glass mirror, freshwater silvery pearl, glass bead and hypoallergenic gold stainless steel hoop. 

About Rachael | 

Rachael Sarra is an artist and designer whose work does the talking.  As a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country, Rachael uses art as a powerful tool in storytelling to educate and share Aboriginal culture. Her style is feminine, fun and engaging but is strongly drawn from her heritage and her role as an Aboriginal woman in a modern world. 

Rachael is fuelled by passion to continue exploring her Aboriginality through art and design, with each piece strengthening her identity.

To learn more about Rachael’s amazing artworks head on over to her website 

Stars Foundation

$5 from each set of earrings sold will be donated to the Stars Foundation. The Stars Foundation is an amazing organisation whose mission is to support and enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls and young women to make active choices towards realising their full potential. You can read more about them here

A little note |

This image should be used a guide only.  Due to the nature of the materials and processes required to create our beautiful pieces, each pieces colour and pattern will be unique. Our pieces are each perfectly imperfect, with a variety or markings, marbling and colour variation on each piece and pair to pair. We always endeavour to create pieces as close as possible to what is represented in the photo and we only ship what we love and would wear ourselves. Colours may vary depending on your computer and device screen – we do our best to accurately present colours and tones. The colours represented are in such a way if you were to hold your piece in the dazzling sunshine. 

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