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First Nation Family - My Muyan-Bara


My Muyan-Bara is designed by Sherren Gross an indigenous woman of the Nunukul, Nughie and Gorenpul People from Minjerribah (Nth. Stradbroke Is.) South Eastern Queensland. The name muyan-bara was chosen by Sherren from her native Jandai dialect meaning skin people, family being of the same skin group or clan group.

Sherren offers a remarkable insight into her peoples heritage by way of this beautiful family display and the story included in the set.

Dimensions. Hut Lx15 Wx15 Hx8cm. Family x2 Hx9cm Child x1 Hx6cm. Animals x4 Approx.10cm. Fire x1 Lx10cm Waterhole x1 Lx10cm. Storage bag included.

Made in conjunction with the Fairtrade Group Artisans Effort. Copyright and Royalties. Sherren Gross 2018.

My Dreaming Emu & Ngariba-dinir (Message Stick) are also available in this range.

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