*LIMITED EDITION*Women's Dance Pink Square Silk Cashmere Scarf

*LIMITED EDITION*Women's Dance Pink Square Silk Cashmere Scarf

$99.95 $299.95

  • 50% Cashmere, 50% Silk 
  • 140cm x 140cm 
  • Hand Rolled Hem
  • Digitally printed
  • Presented in a handmade gift box with information about the provenance of the original artwork and the Aboriginal artist.
  • Royalties are paid to the artist


Only 50 pieces in this authentic Aboriginal Dreamtime design have been made.

 The ultimate in luxury fashion, this lovingly handcrafted wearable art piece brings to life a traditional Warlpiri Aboriginal women’s story on an exquisite blend of cashmere and silk.

Lavishly sized, this wonderfully versatile scarf is designed especially for the stylish traveller who is seeking both timeless elegance and practical comfort.

Super lightweight and uncrushable, the scarf can be easily folded or rolled to fit into hand luggage and be ready to wear anytime, anywhere and anyway you like. Made from all natural woven fibres, it is sensuously soft and pleasant to wear all year round and will effortlessly transition from one season to the next.

Beautifully presented in a handmade gift box, this gorgeous fashion piece is destined to become a treasured heirloom that will be loved and cherished forever.

Art work story: Women’s Dance (Mina Mina Jukurrpa)

The original painting was created by highly esteemed Warlpiri artist, Pauline Napangardi Gallagher, and depicts an ancient Aboriginal Dreaming story about a place on the Warlpiri homelands called Mina Mina.

Mina Mina is a traditional ceremonial site for Warlpiri women from the Napangardi and Napanangka clan groups. It is located in an isolated desert area on the border of the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

The Mina Mina Jukurrpa is an important source of knowledge about Warlpiri rituals and social organisation that has been handed down from one generation to the next over the millennia.

It tells a story about a group of ‘Karnta’ (ancestral women), who travelled across the desert from west to east. In the Dreamtime, Mina Mina was a place where the women danced.

According to the ancestors’ story, when the women danced at Mina Mina, they created a large dust cloud that swept up the ‘Walyankarna’ (snake ancestors). The ‘Walyankarna’ had stopped at Mina Mina to watch the women dance.

Mina Mina is still an important site for the Warlpiri as it is where the ‘Ngalyipi’ vine is gathered.

‘Ngalyipi’ has medicinal properties and has long been used by the Warlpiri women for their sacred ceremonies and rituals.