Indigenous Sea Food Play Set



Indigenous Sea Food Play Set

The Indigenous Sea Food Play Set is another innovative design of artist Sherren Gross.   Sherren is an indigenous woman of the Nunukul, Nughie and Gorenpul People from Migerribah (North Stradbroke Island); in Quandamooka (Moreton Baby) off the Queensland Coast   She has given permission under license for her design to be made by the artisans at Shohojogita, a fair trade producer group in Bangladesh, ensuring safe working conditions and fair wages.

The people from these areas have always been blessed with abundant sea life to eat. Different varieties of fish abound, and provide a rich seasonal diet, which is explained in the accompanying background information sheet, and each type has a label attached. . Australia is a country with a huge range of both freshwater and saltwater fish. The Indigenous people hunted the fish using spears, traps and woven nets. Their diet included fish, turtles, mud crabs, pippis and Quampi..

All the  beautiful sea-food items are found in the set including the net.. Average dimensions are 13 x 8 cm to 19 x 13 cm.



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