Diamond Dreaming Collection

Designed by award winning designer, Alison Page, this range creates something totally new using aspects of traditional Aboriginal culture.

Baraya - Earrings


The Clap sticks are a traditional women’s instrument used to make yabun (music). Coming together to make music represents great joy and celebration.


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Baraya - Earrings


The Clap sticks are a traditional women’s instrument used to make yabun (music). Coming together to make music represents great joy and celebration.


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Baraya - pendant


The Clap sticks are a traditional women’s instrument used to make yabun (music). Coming together to make music represents great joy and celebration.


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Baraya - pendant


The Clap sticks are a traditional women’s instrument used to make yabun (music). Coming together to make music represents great joy and celebration.


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Bunya


Love is what holds us together. The figure in this symbol represents the spirit of someone to be held close to you.


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Nanga mai - earrings


The coolamon is a woman’s vessel used to collect food and water, or to carry a child. This coolamon is to hold and protect your hopes and desires, dreams which nourish your spirit.


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Nanga mai - Pendent


The coolamon is a woman’s vessel used to collect food and water, or to carry a child. This coolamon is to hold and protect your hopes and desires, dreams which nourish your spirit.


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Nglalawa Guwiyang


Fire (guwiyang) is central to the Aboriginal way of life. Gathering around the fire with family and friends to share and tell stories sustains our culture, strengthening the bonds we form between each other.


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Totem


The piece represents the Australian Aboriginal connection to the land. Cross-hatched symbols of totems are used by Aboriginal people to represent the spirit of an animal or place. Wrapping white gold 'sticks' in rose gold ‘sinew’, references traditional Aboriginal binding methods.


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Wumura - Earrings


Boomerangs fly and spin through the air, returning always to the thrower. These flying boomerangs symbolise your soaring spirit, and the strength we get from home.


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Wumura - Pendent


Boomerangs fly and spin through the air, returning always to the thrower. These flying boomerangs symbolise your soaring spirit, and the strength we get from home.


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We are using supreme quality natural Australian Argyle pink diamonds with original
Argyle Lot numbers provided. GIA and GSL certificates also provided where applicable.