Important notice: Production has increased to 8-15 days currently due to high demand. As Auspost is also experiencing delays in deliveries due to COVID-19, all orders placed from December 12 onwards can not be guaranteed to arrive before Christmas.
Dhangalau Waku Uman
This artwork is an abstract story piece.
The weaving progression symbolises families in the community carrying out important roles and responsibilities leading up to a ceremony. The intricacy represents the hard work and commitment from each family member.
Dhangal (Dugong) is being prepared for part of the after ceremony feast. Dhangal have held a unique importance in our culture for thousands of years.
The woven circles represent families from afar reuniting at the ceremony for storytelling, dancing and bonding over a feast of Dhangal and other foods. This ceremony will play a special role in weaving harmonious relationships between families.
A-Line Dress Features
- Loose swing shape for an easy, flowy fit
- Print covers entire front and back panel with your chosen design, by an independent artist
- 97% polyester, 3% elastane woven dress fabric with silky handfeel
- Note that due to the production process, the placement of the print may vary slightly from the preview
Shipping & Production times for dresses: While the majority of dress orders print and ship within 24-48 hours, some may occasionally take up to 3 business days to be produced. Then orders can take an additional 15 business days for shipping.
Important notice: Please note that due to travel restrictions with the COVID-19 situation, postage may take longer than usual.