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In collaboration with MURKANI, the CONNECTED Collection features artworks created by Aboriginal Artist, Daisy Hill. The pieces in this collection represent connection and are a celebration of our relationships with Mother Earth, with loved ones here and passed, with each other and with those who care for us. In celebration of our First Nations people, this collection was conceived to honour the cultural traditions and knowledge that has been passed between generations for thousands of years.
She is a symbol of hope, gratitude and healing. She reminds us the future is bright and each day represents the chance to start anew. It is the work of the Sun Spirit to rise each day and give new life using her light and energy. The story belongs to her for creating the oceans and all the rivers by melting the ice with her warmth. She is the woman of the sky, the source of all life, our most powerful healer. With each sunrise she gives us new hope and opportunity and with each sunset we can be grateful for the day that has been.
She is a symbol of remembering. She reminds us that no matter where our journey may take us, the people we love are never far away. She is the Rainbow Spirit. Her bright arches provide a pathway that connects us to the spirit world. After the rain and the storms, the clouds clear and she appears. We stop to reflect and remember – loved ones we’ve lost, or who are far away, are never truly gone.
A symbol of harmony that gives us a sense of belonging. A reminder there is nothing more important than those who surround us. Connected as a community and united as one, together we are stronger. The yarning circle and it’s U shape designs symbolise people sitting together. This circle is one of friendship - it never ends.
She is a symbol of unconditional love that inspires us to know who we are and dream of who we can become. She is the giver of life, a nurturer and protector. Her love and care is like no other. The U shapes represent two people, interconnected by a bond that can never be broken.
Solid Sterling Silver $169 // 18 KT Yellow Gold Plate $199
About The Collaboration
The CONNECTED Collection features artworks created by Aboriginal Artist Daisy Hill that have been reimagined by Murkani into elevated pendant necklaces to be worn everyday.
Daisy Hill is an Aboriginal artist and proud descendant of the Muruwari people, currently living on Yugambeh Country (Gold Coast). In celebration of our First Nations people, this collection was conceived to honour the cultural traditions and knowledge that has been passed between generations for thousands of years.
Partnership with AIEF
$5 from each necklace sold from the CONNECTED Collection will be donated to the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) to help increase the number of scholarship opportunities at their Partner Schools. AIEF defines success as First Nations students’ completion of Year 12 and a successful transition to further tertiary studies or employment.