Totem Cushion Cover Emu
Totem Cushion covers depict traditions. Aboriginal tribal and clan groups each have a totem.
- The Emu is traditionally a uniquely feminine image. The Emu Women found in Wonaruah country in the Hunter Valley is engraved into rock with her middle finger as a sign post (in the shape of the ridge to follow) to the women’s birthing cave.
- The cushion is a combination of reds, browns with a splash of blue and yellow
- A totem is a natural object, plant or animal that is inherited by members of a clan or family as their emblem and the group is responsible for the stewardship of their totem.
- Designed by Saretta Fielding
- Made from 100% natural fabric, 55%linen and 45% cotton
- The cushion is best filled with a 50 x 50 cm insert, they are perfect for the lounge or bed.
- They are suitable for indoor use only.
- Each cushion comes with an Aboriginal Story Card