Australia's first museum, we celebrate curious minds
Advocating for the richness of life, the earth and culture in Australia and the Pacific, the Australian Museum Shop aims to ignite wonder through thinking, learning and play. We are home to a curated selection of learning toys, homewares, gifts and books inspired by our natural history and cultural collections. With an emphasis on ethical and sustainability sourcing and a focus on stimulating inquiring minds, there is always something special to buy.
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Trevor the Yuendumu desert dog
The Australian Museum is proud to represent art, object, jewellery and accessories from the Warlukurlangu Artists. This organisation is one of the longest running and must successful Aboriginal-owned arts collectives in Central Australia. This piece is a depiction of Trevor, a desert dog. Trevor was a little dog with a giant personality and self-importance.
Pedra agate coasters
This classic design brings crystal sophistication to any table setting. The Pedra (Portuguese for 'stone') coasters are built from pure, semi-precious agate. The coasters are individually hand polished in their country of origin, Brazil, and protected by rubber feet on the underside.
Kombu (head comb)
The Australian Museum Shop are pleased to be selling a range of traditional arts from on behalf of the East Kwaio community, who reside on the island of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. These objects were made by master craftsmen and women at the Kwainaa'isi Kwaio Cultural Centre on the island. A finely woven comb made from tree fern, orchid and coconut fibre, the Komu is traditionally worn during ceremonial gatherings.
Mookaite is a multi-coloured stone found in the Kennedy Ranges in Western Australia, directly inland from the town of Carnarvon. It is a type of jasper, and is distinct from other jasper forms thanks to its unique colour palette. The medley of reds, pinks, mustards and creams wonderfully reflect some of Australia's unique tones and landscapes.
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