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SWEET PEA - this is a wonderful little toki carved in rare woolly mammoth tusk. It is hand made with a little Koru heart. We've bound these Toki with a beautiful binding, selecting cord colours that complement the material - each piece is unique.

The Mammoth Tusk used for this piece is CERTIFIED 34,690 YEARS OLD (+/- 815 years). 

We had our mammoth material carbon dated to get an accurate measure of its age. The testing was done for us by GNS Science, a New Zealand Crown Research Institute and New Zealand's leading provider of Earth, geoscience and isotope research - so their assessment of this material is as accurate as is possible using radiocarbon dating technology.  

As an adornment, the Toki, or Adze, is said to bring courage and strength in times of adversity. It is a symbol of courage and strength in times of adversity and is often worn by Maori elders as a symbol of power, wisdom and authority.

Maori believe that carvings carry the spirit of those who wear them, becoming an important family Taonga (treasure) passed on to future generations of the family as an heirloom.

This pendant is delivered to you with Express Courier and will have a 'Kia Ora' card which will provide you with a little bit of information on both the Toki/Adze and Koru design and its meaning.

Please note: the pendant shown in the hand and the video are for size reference only.

Meaning: Strength ~ Love ~ Partnership

Material: Ancient Woolly Mammoth Tusk - over 10,000 years old

Cord Colours: Chocolate Brown with Harvest Binding

Cord Length: Adjustable

Size: 42mm (1.6") long; 22mm (0.8") wide

Worldwide shipping is free. All International deliveries over $NZ150 are made using an Express Courier service. Packages with a value up to NZ$150 will be shipped using an International Airmail service. Express Courier Packages are tracked. Please visit our 'Shipping Information' page for delivery times to your country. Under some circumstances we are happy to accept an item back for a replacement or refund. Please visit our 'Returns' page for specific information about this.