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Kip & Co - Ernabella Arts Napkins Set of 4

Kip & Co - Ernabella Arts Napkins Set of 4

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100% French flax linen.

45 x 45 cm (set of 4).

Linen table range is made to be loved for years to come and will soften with each wash.

OEKO-TEX® certified - so every component has been tested for harmful substances and has been deemed harmless for human health.

Ethically made in India.

Proudly carbon neutral. Independent and female founded.

We’re incredibly proud of our Kip&Co x Ernabella Arts collaboration. Established in 1948, Ernabella Arts is Australia’s oldest continuously running Indigenous Art Centre and one of the most artistically diverse in the country. Ernabella Arts and Kip&Co divide all profits from the collaboration equally, so 50% of profits will return to Ernabella Arts.

  • Tjala Tjukurpa - Honey Ant Dreaming © Langaliki Lewis, Licensed by Copyright Agency.
  • Langaliki is a highly skilled and creative painter and ceramicist. Langaliki’s painting Tjala Tjukurpa – Honey Ant Dreaming is of her father’s country. Tjala (honey ants) are a highly favoured food source and they are an important link between Anangu mythology and inter-dependence on the environment.

 

  • Ngayuku Ngura - My Country © Rupert Jack, Licensed by Copyright Agency.
  • Mr Jack is a senior artist and the community pastor. He divides his time between his homeland, a place named Racecourse, and Ernabella. Mr Jack’s painting Ngayuku Ngura – My Country is of his father’s country. It’s a sacred place for men only near Mimili. The different colours and designs represent variations in the landscape. He is also depicting looking for bush tucker such as maku (witchetty grub).

 

  • Likara (Bark) © Alison Lionel, Licensed by Copyright Agency.
  • Alison has been painting at Ernabella Arts since she was a young girl and she now has four children of her own. Alison’s painting 'Likara (Bark)' is inspired by the light catching the shifts and wandering lines of the bark.
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