The Chamelaucium uncinatum, more commonly known as Geraldton Wax Flower is an Australian native flower most commonly found in Western Australia. The pink or white flowers have small, stiff petals, which give them the description of ‘wax’ flowers. I have a special bush I like to visit often at my local botanical garden which inspired me to create this small collection.
This is a medium/large dangle style.
Made in Wattle Woman studios in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.
My name is Lili Jacobsen, but I am better known locally in my hometown of Bundaberg as Wattle Woman. I am a First Nations Person of the Gubbi Gubbi region living on Taribelang, Bailai, Gurang and Gooreng Gooreng country.
I am an artist and for the past three years, I have specialised in polymer clay earrings. I take inspiration from the beauty and power of the Australian Flora and Fauna and also my Indigenous Australian heritage when creating my work.
Each pair that I create, holds a piece of my spirit, energy and story within them which makes all my handcrafted earrings uniquely special and precious.
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This pair of earrings is made of polymer clay. The posts are made of surgical grade stainless steel we also use the same material for our ear nuts and jump rings.