Laura Thompson, The Koorie Circle — Coolamon Earrings

The Koorie Circle

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Laura Thompson is a Gunditjmara woman and artist living and working in Melbourne. The designer and maker behind The Koorie Circle, Laura creates contemporary Aboriginal designed and inspired jewellery made from sustainably sourced timber.

Her collection has developed from a desire to make pieces that tell a story, celebrating the culture, history and identity of Aboriginal Australia. Painted and finished by hand, each piece bears the mark of its maker and is made to be worn with pride.

Based in Northcote, Melbourne on Wurundjeri land. 

Inspired by this year's NAIDOC theme 'because of her I can' these Coolamon earrings pay respect to all the black matriarchs in our Community. I chose to create Coolamon inspired earrings because these beautiful dishes were mostly used by Aboriginal women to help them gather water, fruits, nuts as well as cradle babies. 

They are a large statement piece of healing jewellery that will keep you connected to all the Aboriginal women who had made and continue to make invaluable contributions to our Communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.

 

Materials: Two Tone etched polymer, stainless steel

Dimensions: length 7.2cm, width 4cm


Category: earrings

Type: Jewellery


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