Today when worn around the neck, the toki is associated with mana (strength) and honour.
Resembling the unfurling frond of the native New Zealand fern, the spiral depicts new beginnings.
Widely accepted as a tribal guardian; the head of a bird, the body of a man, and the tail of a fish.
Ferns (NZ Nature)
One-off designs from our artists inspired by our great ocean, native birdlife and forest, including ferns.
Heart designs are often associated with feelings and meanings of love, unity, and cohesion.
The Hei Tiki represents the human form and one's ancestors. It links the past, present and future.
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Pounamu breastplates and shields represent strength and protection. Many designs incorporate other emblems such as the koru.
By wearing a 'tooth' of the shark, it is thought to impart some of this resilience onto the wearer.
A collection of beautifully balanced circles, disc and bead necklaces, designed to let the stone speak.