New Zealand indigeous graphic design resin earrings
Wearing graphic design earrings can match our clothing and look stylish.
The earrings are made from resin a two compound liquid a natural or synthetic organic compound consisting of a non crystalline or viscous liquid substance. It have been found in nature - in plants, bugs or trees - amber or shellac are some of the examples of natural resins. When resin is applied on top of the graphics, it has a 3D effect.
Earring hooks: plaited sterling silver earring hooks size 18 mm
Measurement: Length 35 mm or 3.5 cm and full length with earring hooks 55 mm or 5.5 cm length
Width: 15 mm.
These indigenous earrings are Roimata or tear drop shape and design is Kowhaiwhai, here in Aotearoa (New Zealand) Maori people use the Kowhaiwhai pattern to represent and record the beliefs and Whakapapa (geneology) of their culture. Kowhaiwhai are Maori motifs that are often used in art, advertising and design representing New Zealand. Kowhaiwhai patterns are traditionally painted in Whare Tipuna (meeting houses), Pataka (storehouses), on the prow of a Waka (canoe) or on many forms of carvings such as boat paddles or water containers.