Kawakawa Leaf Rei Niho by Madelyne GourdinSKU
Complete with an adjustable waxed braid cord, it also includes a traditional woven presentation case and a detailed description of the meaning of the carving.
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This is a one of a kind piece so will be permanently removed from our gallery when sold.
The Rei Niho is the name given to a piece carved Pounamu and resembling the whale tooth in form.
This form represents peace, tranquility, spirituality, family as well as regrowth or new beginnings/journeys.
The Kawakawa shrub with its distinctive dark green leaves and insect holes in every leaf is a very special plant to the Maori people.
Kawakawa's antimicrobial and analgesic properties make it a powerful treatment for all sorts of infections and abrasions all the way through to help with toothache, indigestion and even just general well being.
It is extremely rare to find a kawakawa leaf that hasn't been chewed on by insects showing just how good they are to eat.
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