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Crafted from a wonderful range of materials, and with a level of craftsmanship that will leave you gasping! 

The toki is carved from recycled Lignum Vitae wood - a hard and wonderfully grained timber. The inlay is (from bottom to top) New Zealand Cold Water Pāua Shell,  New Zealand Pounamu and New Zealand Aotea Stone. These inlays are surrounded with the finest brass skirts.

Yannis has also added a 7,5,3,2 pathway created with little Sterling Silver points representing genealogy. 

It is provided with a fixed length, spiralled cord in Black - hand made for this piece. The closure is a loop with a Pāua Shell toggle.

The different materials used in this piece are a gorgeous trinity of different hues from dark and mysterious, through eye popping and fascinating.

STAR SEARCHER has clean lines, is super smooth in the hand and is exquisitely made. The level of skill required to make a piece like this is remarkable, and something we don't often find.

Take a few moments to watch the video - it reveals the beauty of the piece and will give you a little feel for the exceptional craftsmanship.

Please note - the photo shown in the hand is for size reference only.

We will ship this stunning Toki with our 'Kia Ora' card, which explains the meaning behind the design.

Shipped to you with Express Courier.

Artist: Yannis Petzold

Material: Hei Toki Adze: Lignum Vitae (Wood); Inlay Trinity: Paua Shell, Pounamu and Aotea Stone with Brass and Silver

Cord Colour: Thick Spiralled Black Cord with Paua Shell Toggle

Cord Length: Fixed - 52cm Diameter

Size: 71mm (2.8") long, 21mm (0.8") wide

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