Arguably the best carvings in Polynesia come from Maori-New Zealand. The craftsmanship, attention to detail and story behind each design lend to a most unique keepsake.
 
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Maori Jewelry. The carvers from Aotearoa - New Zealand are considered to be some of the best artists in Polynesia. Working natural materials including native woods, greenstone jade and paua shells allowed carvers and artists to hone their skills and tell their history in a visual representation of storytelling. Each of these pieces of Maori jewelry is handmade and unique... a cultural masterpiece.



Maori Greenstone Double Twist
Maori Greenstone Double Twist

The Maori greenstone twist is as classic as the symbolic meaning of the wedding ring.

Regular price: $138.00
Sale price: $98.00
Maori Greenstone Hei Matau Hook
Maori Greenstone Hei Matau Hook

Our Maori artisans have painstakenly recreatedthis classic hook in greenstone (pounamu).

$158.00
Maori Greenstone Mere
Maori Greenstone Mere

This Mere, or club is the perfect example of the significance of each Maori design.

Regular price: $95.00
Sale price: $85.00
Maori Bone Triple Twist
Maori Bone Triple Twist

With no end and no beginning the handcarved bone twists are Maori artisans canvas to show the story of life.

$39.00
Maori Bone Manaia
Maori Bone Manaia

You won't ever meet a Maori who doesn't know what a Manaia is. The Manaia is a holder of great spiritual energy and is a guardian against evil.

$39.00
Maori Bone Tiki
Maori Bone Tiki

Maori tiki, or more accurately hei tiki traditionally have been made of whale bone or from the greenstone (pounamu) of Aotearoa-New Zealand.

$39.00
Maori Bone Hei Matau Hook
Maori Bone Hei Matau Hook

The hooks, or Hei Matau, are a revered and time-honored tradition. They symbolize a persons power and authority.

$36.00

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