Produced by the artists of Anindilyakwa Arts, these silk scarves are handcrafted by women from the Groote Eylandt Archipelago in the Northern Territory. Using the ancient knowledge of Anindilyakwa country and dyeing practices, these bush-dyed textiles are created using a variety of locally sourced roots, leaves, bark, and berries. The artists arrange leaves to create patterns before immersing the fabric in dye pots of plant materials, producing unique textiles that reflect the impression of Anindilyakwa country.
160 x 40cm
each scarf is individually dyed, meaning each item is unique
This garment has been rinsed but not washed, we recommend cold hand washing separately with mild non-bleaching detergent or shampoo. Do not dry clean, tumble dry, soak in hot water or bleach.