The indigenous people of our neighbouring country Australia, the Aboriginals, historically have a practice that they call Walkabout it refers to a rite of passage during which male Australian Aboriginals would undergo a journey during adolescence and live in the wilderness for a period as long as six months.
Although I am definitely not an adolescent male I would like to take you on a walkabout of sorts and show you a few of our new products we launched this week to the Australian market.
The Boomerang was originally used as a hunting tool by the Aboriginals – it is now however considered an Australian Icon. Traditionally they are known to always return to the point from which they were thrown. Our cute wee boomerang pendant featuring a stunning piece of Paua shell is sure to be treasured and returned to wear many times by whoever purchases it.
The Digeridoo is a wind instrument developed by the Aborigine people of Australia hundreds of years ago.
Traditionally it was primarily played as an accompaniment to ceremonial dancing and singing but its use is now widespread across the country at many occasions.
The melodious sound produced by this natural wooden trumpet is unique and mesmerising and can be spine tingling if played by an expert musician.
Unfortunately our Digeridoo is way too small to play but just stunning to wear.