Emu eggs are traditionally gathered as a food source for the Aboriginal people. They can be used as water carriers for long journeys. As a food they were usually put amongst the hot embers, cooked in their shell, broken open and eaten.
- The artwork on each Emu egg represents traditional Aboriginal art designs
- Each egg is hand painted using acrylic paint with a resin finish
Size: 15.5cm x 8cm
Artist: Gail-Marie Van Zant
Tribe: Bundjalung Tribe
Made In Australia