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Large Greenstone Toki Pendant 65x20mm

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Beautiful Large Greenstone Toki Pendant

Dimensions: 65mm x 20mm

Our collection of Pounamu Greenstone are all handmade locally in the South Island of New Zealand

Brief meanings of various Maori designs in Bone Carvings and Greenstone:

  • The Fish Hook (Hei Matau) is known to symbolise prosperity and safe travels over water
  • The Koru symbol represents new beginnings, growth and regeneration
  • The Twist (Pikorua) is known to symbolise the path of life and strong bonds of love between one another
  • The Tiki is known to symbolise mana, power and honour

All of Rivendell's Greenstone/Pounamu:

  • Are Locally sourced
  • Are Locally Carved
  • Are handmade in New Zealand
  • Come in an elegant Rivendell Gift Box

Exact size and shape of carvings may vary slightly given the individual carving of each piece

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Pounamu

This was my first time buying from you guys. I purchased 2 greenstone, 1 for my god daughter and 1 for her mum who is my best friend so I wanted them to be special. I was blown away with how beautiful the both were when they arrived (although one of the velvet boxes was damaged it was a quick fix before gifting them to my friend) thank you Rivendell. I'll definitely be buying off you again!

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