Yulubirrngiin “Rainbow”, Ngulburnan “Waterhole” Sterling Silver Earrings with a blank Card by Gwiyaala Arts., 2021


  • 2021
  • Sterling Silver
  • Catalog No: 1

This set has 3 items 1 pair of Sterling Silver Rainbow Earrings, 1 pair of Sterling Silver Waterhole Earrings and 1 Blank Card.


Blank Card by Gwiyaala Arts

Perfect for any occasion Bronwen Smith is the proud Walbunja owner and talented artist behind Gwiyaala Arts.


Yulubirrngiin, gunhungurraan “Rainbow” Earring Mookaite

These fantastic earrings are handcrafted with Sterling Silver and Mookaite.  As these are natural stones they will vary in colour. Mookaite is predominantly found in Western Australia and the name comes from the word Mooka meaning running water.

The drop of 5cm is approx from the ear hook.  The sterling silver rainbow is approx 1.5cm by 4cm

They make fantastic presents or just to treat yourself

All jewellery on this page is made by myself an Aboriginal Jewellery Artist whose Ancestors are from Kooma Land. I use Wiradjuri Language in naming my pieces as I grew up in NSW.

Weighing at only approx 5 grams per earring these make a great light choice

Ngulburnan, yuriyawi “Waterhole” Sterling Silver Earrings

These cute waterhole earrings are completely Sterling Silver making it a fantastic gift. The length is taken from the loop of the ear hook. There are others that are similar with semi precious stones found in other listings in my shop.

Ngulburnan, yuriyawi is in Wiradjuri Language which means waterhole. Wiradjuri is an area where i grew up Dubbo NSW.

All the designs in this shop are symbols used in Aboriginal culture and are made by myself, I am an Aboriginal Jewellery Artist who descendants are from Kooma Tribe which is in the Cunnamulla area.

I have many pieces please check them out they do make fantastic presents or just to treat yourself.