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ANJURRA by Charmaine Pwerle

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ANJURRA by Charmaine Pwerle

Description

MEANS ‘SACRED GRASS’. CAN ALSO BE USED FOR FOOD PURPOSES.

The grass is important to the Aboriginal people because its seeds were ground up to make flour. The seeds fell to the ground and were difficult to see, so the Aboriginal people would seek the nesting site of a particular ant. This ant would eat a certain part of the seed, then discard the rest and the remains would be found in a pile outside their nest. The women would collect the seeds, then clean and grind them into flour and use it to make bread.

  • Origin: India
  • Brand: The Rug Collection
  • Technique: Hand woven
  • Material: Tencel
  • Size :
    200cm x 290cm
    250cm x 350cm
    300cm x 400cm

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