Ladies Sun Bucket Hats – Bush Berries Ecru by Marlene Doolan

$50.00 AUD

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Designed and handcrafted in Sydney, this hat features the Bush Berries (Ash) Dreaming, by Australia Aboriginal Artist, Marlene. Her artworks are widely sold. This Dreaming illustrates Alice spring, a semi-desert area, where wild bush berries grow heavily after the rain. Flowers blossom almost everywhere. Marlene could not go past without depicting beautiful wild bush berries after the rain. It is a beautiful piece of work. Marlene is a well-known Aboriginal artist in NT.

 

-Hats are designed and handcrafted by 100% Australian owned, designed and handmade studio, WMB Studio, Sydney
-Made with 100% premium quality lightweight breathable cotton, with natural UV protection properties
-Foldable wide brim sun bucket hats, with adjustable straps
-Fabrics are pre-shrunk so that the hats wouldn’t shrink when you machine wash them in a gentle cycle
-Only authentic Aboriginal Artist’s artworks are considered in our designs
-Sizing available from newborn to adults 
(38cm - 58cm measuring circumference of the head, where the hat sits)