• Mussel Shell Pendant with Eagle

    Gus Cook

    $1,400.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Abalone shell, Jade, Repousse, Chased, Engraved

    This pendant is comprised of three separate pieces; two silver ‘shells’ and an inner jade ‘pearl’. The three parts move independently of one another and are attached by a sterling silver jump ring.

  • Koru Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $285.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Whale Tail Pendant

    Ewan Parker

    $305.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Koru Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $225.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Double Twist (Pikorua) Pendant

    Luke Gardiner

    $250.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Double Twist (Pikorua) Pendant

    Luke Gardiner

    SOLD

    Jade

  • Pi Disc Pendant

    Nick Balme

    $280.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Double Koru Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $340.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Hei Matau Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $400.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Koru Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $175.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Toki Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $515.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Toki Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $515.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Pikorua (Twist) Pendant

    Luke Gardiner

    $225.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Matau Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $340.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Toki Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $390.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Koru Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $280.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Double Koru Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $500.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Matau Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $280.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Pikorua (Twist) Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $475.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Matau Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $445.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Pikorua (Twist) Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $305.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Hei-Matau Pendant

    Ross Crump

    $280.00 CAD

    Jade

  • Pikorua (Twist) Pendant

    Maori Artist

    $270.00 CAD

    jade

  • Hei-Matau Pendant

    Peter Bishop

    $940.00 CAD

    New Zealand Jade

    Hei-Matau represents prosperity, abundance and fertility.  The wearer of a Hei-Matau is seen as a provider and protector who is strong willed and determined to succeed in life.  They are worn to protect travelers over water, and are also symbols of power and authority which are held in great reverence by the Maori people.  They were used practically as a tool for fishing and often decorated as a sign of respect for sea creatures.

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