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  • Pendant Plated Tear Drop with Iwantja Tjukula Koori Aboriginal design by Maringka Burton

Pendant Plated Tear Drop with Iwantja Tjukula Koori Aboriginal design by Maringka Burton


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Pendant Plated Tear Drop

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Lightweight pendant on adjustable cotton thread with metal clasp, depicting Iwantja Tjukula design.

Elegant, Modern and Timeless, this beautiful tear drop shaped pendant, has been designed by the hugely talented and prolific Maringka Burton.

approximately 4.5cm

Maringka Burton
“I am a senior lady at Iwantja, and I began working as an artist a long time ago.

Me and Mrs Singer were the first women artists here. I help look after the art centre and go to the big meetings for them. I also enjoy singing and I travelled to sing in the ceremony for the Sydney Olympic Games.

My father was a special Ngangkari (traditional healer) and he taught me about healing; now I am Ngangkari too. I do lots of work for the women’s council, I’m always working and supporting Anangu women.

As artists and as a community, we should always do more work with the young people, making things together and teaching them about the old ways, always remembering country, this is a good way.”


Iwantja Arts is an Aboriginal corporation owned and managed by a self elected board of directors. The art centre encourages and supports artistic excellence and cultural development within the community, and provides opportunity, training, and career development for practising artists.


How do I know it’s authentic? The labels are an indication of whether the product is authentic or ‘copycat’. They are a secure way for consumers to know that the art, craft, souvenirs and other work is the authentic product of either an Indigenous creator or is collaboration between Indigenous creators and others and not a ‘rip-off” The benefits of purchasing products with the correct labelling are:

  • The artists will receive a fair return on sales from their art
  • Consumers will recognise products originating from Aboriginal people who are speaking in the proper way about their stories
  • Visitors will learn more about the different Aboriginal traditional and contemporary styles of art and stories from across Australia
  • It will prevent further exploitation of Indigenous Arts and Crafts.

What to look for: The label on the product should clearly state-

  • A description of the work of art and product
  • Identify the Artists/s or Art Centres
  • Identify their origin, tribe or location
  • Identify the full royalty statement for licensed products


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