Parrying Shield Mick Harding
Parrying Malgarr Medium Wide with Womindjeka Gum Leaves Design.
Traditionally malgarr ( shields ) were used with liyangayil
( fighting clubs) for hand to hand combat with our enemies.
I have replicated the shape ofthese shields in my artwork.
Many Gum Leaves “Djerrang-U Wurrdhadindu”
Green gum leaves are burnt in a “darnuk” or wooden bowl.
This creates smoke, which we invite visitors to walk through to be cleansed and welcomed to our country. Womindjeka - Welcome
Hand crafted in Australia from Australian Red Cedar timber.
All artifacts come with an information card.
The card has information about the artist, artifact and design.
All designs are based on traditional symbols from
South East Australia.
Measurements: 73cm L x 13cm W x 2cm Deep
Please note: Due to these items being handmade, these
measurements are approximate only.
Shields come with a hanger attached to the back ( see photo )
to make for easy hanging on your wall.