A stunning Rei Niho style pendant carved in New Zealand Kahurangi Flower Jade or Pounamu from the Arahura valley by Alex Sands
It includes an adjustable plaited waxed braid cord, a traditional woven presentation case and a detailed description of the meaning of the carving.
85mm Long (3.3 Inches)
This is a one of a kind collectors piece so will be removed from our gallery permanently when sold
The Rei Niho is the name given to carving either from a whale tooth or resembling the whale tooth in form.
The Koru, represents the fern frond opening and bringing new life and purity to the world.
This form represents peace, tranquility, spirituality, family as well as regrowth or new beginnings/journeys.
The interlocking of the Koru speaks of the strength of family bonds
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