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Rock Pools Wool ScarfRock Pools Wool Scarf

Rock Pools Wool Scarf

Sale price$229.95 AUD

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Rock Pools Wool ScarfRock Pools Wool Scarf

Rock Pools Wool Scarf

Sale price$229.95 AUD
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OUR STORY

Meet MAINIE

Mainie Founder, Charmaine Saunders (or ‘Mainie’ to those nearest and dearest), is a descendant of the Gunggari Aboriginal people from the Maranoa River region of South Western Queensland.

Charmaine’s love of Aboriginal fine arts is palpable, developed over many years of living and working in remote Aboriginal communities in Queensland and the Northern Territory.

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ARTISTS

Artwork

Mainie guarantees the artwork for sale is authentic Aboriginal art. Each unique and hand-painted artwork depicts an ancient Dreamtime design which was handed down to the artist through many generations. All Mainie artworks are presented with impeccable provenance and are highly collectable investment pieces by renowned traditional artists from the Central Desert region.

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Our Promise

Mainie’s beautifully handcrafted, wearable art pieces are a meaningful celebration of the world’s oldest continuous living culture. Authentically created by traditional Aboriginal women artists from remote communities in Outback Australia, every Mainie design depicts an ancient Dreamtime story that has been carefully handed down from one generation to the next over tens of thousands of years.

History, Culture and Empowerment

Embrace Eco-Friendly Elegance: Mainie's "Cockatoo Creek Dreaming" Modal Scarf

Embrace Eco-Friendly Elegance: Mainie's "Cockatoo Creek Dreaming" Modal Scarf

Mainie's "Cockatoo Creek Dreaming" modal scarf offers much more than just a fashion statement; it's a testament to ethical luxury. Perfect for those who seek style with meaning, this scarf embodies...

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Mina Mina Jukurrpa: A Journey of Wearable Art by Warlpiri Women Artists

Mina Mina Jukurrpa: A Journey of Wearable Art by Warlpiri Women Artists

Traditional Warlpiri women artists, Geraldine Napangardi Gallagher, Jeanie Napangardi Lewis and Mary Napangardi Gallagher each bring their own unique interpretation of a timeless Dreaming story, th...

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Why a Mainie Australian Merino Wool Scarf is a Must-Have Accessory for the Stylish Traveller

Why a Mainie Australian Merino Wool Scarf is a Must-Have Accessory for the Stylish Traveller

The Mainie Aboriginal art designed, Australian Merino wool scarf is more than just an accessory; it's a fusion of art, culture and fashion that enhances your travel experience. Its generous size, l...

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Reviews

Mainie is a brand I proudly wear for so many reasons. I love that each scarf has a story and that I know with each piece funds go back to the woman that designed it. I adore the vibrancy of the colours and the high quality, I have had my scarves for many years now and they are so versatile from wearing them to do presentations or going out for lunch. I stand for empowering women and standing proud in your individuality and Mainie embodies this in every way.

Lesley Clarke

Our Mainie scarves have become an essential wardrobe component both at home and when travelling. They serve to elevate any outfit whilst also celebrating Australian First Nations culture with dignity and sophistication. The silk product is beautiful to wear and the merino wool is unbelievable soft and so warm. Lightweight, easy to pack and always commented on.

Tanya, Emily and Elizabeth

I love the Mainie Scarves, for myself and as the perfect gift. They are investment pieces that will be part of your wardrobe for life. I love travel and one or two scarves are always included in my luggage. They are perfect on the plane and for dressing up outfits. I take a Merino scarf for cooler climates and silk ones everywhere else. However, the very best part is the ethical basis of the brand. I know I support a woman artist from a First Nations community when I purchase something from Mainie. They look good and do good at the same time.

Jo Pyne