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This is a contemporary take of an ancient shape, the Rei Puta. These pendants were carved as a way to pass intergenerational information down through the ages. A specific design contained familial information and was a way to preserve and relate this to family and relatives in following generations.
It is a decorative piece which is in keeping with the early use of this shape as an ornamental pendant - commonly worn by men and women. These shapes were worn by Māori who met James Cook when he first visited New Zealand in the late 18th century.
Also available in Jade HERE.
Delivered with DHL Express Courier.
Material: Natural Bone
Cord: Pale Honey/Burgundy with Burgundy Binding; Length: Adjustable
Size: 66mm (2.6") long, 32mm (1.2") wide