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Moe Moe Storylines Miimi and Jiinda Mini Circle Stud reversible... - Global Free Style

Moe Moe Storylines Miimi and Jiinda Mini Circle Stud reversible...

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These cute little studs add a pop of uniqueness to compliment your favourite outfits! They can actually be reversed to a sleek matt silver stud to for extra everyday wearability! Or, you can layer them up with your other Moe Moe earrings to create a layered design that is 100% you!  

 

part of our Miimi and Jiinda Storylines range: Dreaming stories express our deep connection to Gumbaynggir country and all its elements, these stories represent our Aboriginal culture and keep it alive and thriving today!

very collectable and super gift-able, keep a few pairs in your present drawer at all times, EVERYBODY loves receiving these  

reversible silver alloy panels have artwork on one side and sleek brushed silver on the other - choose which way to wear them!   

gold plated sterling silver posts and butterfly backs  

1 cm wide  

0.4 grams each  

Australian Made on the Gold Coast 

Love, Emma and the Moe Moes x

 

Moe Moe Design is extremely is honoured to have had the opportunity to collaborate with Miiimi & Jiinda, a new Australian Art business, founded by Aboriginal mother and daughter, Lauren Jarrett and Melissa Greenwood. Their venture was established to not only create beautiful sacred artworks sharing their rich cultural history, but to also implement change by creating national projects. Launched on Instagram in late 2018, Miimi & Jiinda’s traditional and contemporary Aboriginal artworks and hand woven baskets have won fans all over Australia. Known for their bright and distinctive style, Miimi & Jiinda creations tell visual stories about country and kin from the oldest surviving culture in the world.

Melissa and Lauren are Indigenous Australian artists hailing from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti and Bundjalung tribes of Australia’s East Coast. Often referred to as “Saltwater Country”, their ancestral homelands are some of the most beautiful oceans, rivers, sub tropical rainforests, mountains and majestic waterfalls in the country, situated from the northern end of Byron Bay down to Kempsey in New South Wales. Lauren and Melissa are traditional owners of their ancestral homelands and proud custodians of the oldest surviving culture in the world which dates back to “time immemorial”, meaning time extending beyond the reach of memory.