Nhurali Necklace

$480 AUD
Metal: Rose Gold
Metal Carat:
  • Metal

    Rose Gold

    An alloy of gold and copper, Rose Gold is recognisable for its warm, peach-toned hue that complements a vast range of skin tones and designs. An uniquely coloured metal, existing somewhere between white gold’s stark brilliance and yellow gold’s classicism, Rose Gold is a romantic option for engagement and ceremonial styles.

    The Rose Gold used for our creations is 70 per cent is recycled Australian gold, with 30 per cent newly mined. Of the latter, 86 per cent is confirmed Australian mined, the remaining being blended (used for clasps, earring backs, findings etc).

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    Sterling Silver

    Notable for its bright, greyish-white hue, Sterling Silver is an artful blend of silver and other metals, such as copper. A popular entry-level metal for those drawn to a contemporary aesthetic, we harness our 100 per cent recycled Australian Sterling Silver for statement designs, rather than lifetime wear pieces.

    Natalie Marie Jewellery’s Sterling Silver is strictly nickel-free, ensuring it’s suitability for those with nickel allergies or irritations.

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    Yellow Gold

    A classic and timeless metal, yellow gold is revered for its rich, vibrant hue. Courtesy of its warm and luxurious appearance, many cultures historically imagined gold to represent the sun, and its durability makes it a preferred material for ceremonial pieces.

    70 per cent of the gold that we use in our creations is recycled Australian gold, with just 30 per cent newly mined. Of the latter figure, 86 per cent is confirmed as Australian mined, and the remaining 14 per cent is blended. We harness this blended portion predominantly for our clasps, earring backs and findings.

Crafted for you | Estimated dispatch 4-6 weeks

The Nhurali Pendant has been designed in collaboration with Barkindji woman, Lily Bennett. The name Nhurali was chosen by Lily, and means ancestors in Barkindji language. Lily finds connection to her background and ancestry through her traditional paintings. The Nhurali Pendant came to life in collaboration with Lily, as she created an artwork which was inspired by the 2022 National Reconciliation Week theme – Be brave, make change. We transformed this through traditional hand-engraving onto an exclusive pendant which acts as an abstract interpretation of this theme.

When approaching the expansion of our beloved Golden Wattle design motif, a reverence for the land, and its spiritual, physical, social, and cultural connection to First Nations Australians, remained our guiding influence. With 25% of sale proceeds donated to Lily’s charity of choice, Gunawirra a community-led not-for-profit that works closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, families, children, and communities to reach their full potential.

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