Studio Nikulinsky Willy Wagtail Wood Brooch
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Djidi djidi is what the Willy Wagtail is called in Noongar because of the sound it makes - what a perfect name.
This wooden brooch showcases Philippa Nikulinsky’s detailed watercolour artwork, skilfully reproduced by a manufacturer based in Western Australia.
This brooch is made from native Yarri timber salvaged from furniture making. Leftover pieces of wood are laser cut then printed with non-toxic, environmentally friendly water-based inks.
The varied grain of native Eucalyptus wood makes each piece unique. Actual product may vary slightly from the picture.
Brooches are lightweight, and are fastened by a roller catch steel locking pin.
Approximately 40mm tall.