Add a little bit of luxe to your sleep time and rest routine with these silk masks.
Ngayuku Ngura Silk Eye Mask. Made from 100% mulberry silk, this eye mask features intricate patterns in tones of blue, green, pink orange and brown. 'Ngayuku Ngura - My Country' by Rupert Jack is representative of his father’s country. It’s a sacred place for men only near Mimili. The different colours and designs represent variations in the landscape. He is also depicting looking for bush tucker such as maku (witchetty grub). Ngayuku Ngura - My Country © Rupert Jack, Licensed by Copyright Agency.
Tjala Dreaming Silk Eye Mask. Made from 100% mulberry silk, this eye mask features rich and earthy tones with a mix of cream, brown, red, purple and pink. Michelle’s painting Tjala (Honey Ant) Dreaming depicts how the tjala (honey ants) tunnel though the sandy soil. Women dig up the tjala and then suck the delicious rich honey-like liquid from their distended abdomen. Tjala Dreaming (Honey Ant) © Michelle Lewis, Licensed by Copyright Agency.
Wamikata Walka Tali Silk Eye Mask. Made from 100% mulberry silk, this eye mask features a jagged print in various tones of blue and purple. 'Wamikata Walka Tali / Sand Dune' by Lynette Lewis is inspired by the ripples created by wind in the sand at the large red sand dune named Warnikata near Ernabella. Wamikata is a popular place for looking for maku (witchetty grubs) and also for teaching milpatjunanyi (telling stories in the sand) to children. Wamikata Walka Tali / Sand Dune © Lynette Lewis, Licensed by Copyright Agency.100% mulberry silk 22 momme eye mask.
Elastic silk covered headband.
Packaged in a branded gift box.
We’re incredibly proud of our Kip&Co x Ernabella Arts collaboration. Established in 1948, Ernabella Arts is Australia’s oldest continuously running Indigenous Art Centre and one of the most artistically diverse in the country. Ernabella Arts and Kip&Co divide all profits from the collaboration equally, so 50% of profits will return to Ernabella Arts.