Totem Cushion Cover Possum
Totem Cushion covers depict traditions. Aboriginal tribal and clan groups each have a totem.
- Possum-skin cloaks were a form of clothing worn by Aboriginal people in the south-east of Australia. The cloaks were made from numerous Possum pelts sewn together with Kangaroo sinew, and often decorated with significant incisions on the inside such as clan insignia's. They were rubbed with ochre and fat to both decorate and protect them.
- The Possums are in orange surrounded by green leaves and a blue background
- 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.
- Made from 100% natural fabric, 55%linen and 45% cotton
- A cushion insert 50 x 50 cm is suggested, they are perfect for the lounge or bed.
- The cushion is suitable for indoor use only.
- Each cushion comes with an Aboriginal Story Card