Each jade, pounamu, greenstone carving shape holds a different meaning or significance in Māori culture.
The Toki carving design symbolises determination, control, strength, focus, and honour.
Its shape represents an axe head.
The fish hook in Māori culture represents prosperity, fertility, and safe passage over water.
Wearing a fish hook pendant is said to symbolise strength and determination. It is believed to bring peace, prosperity, and good health.
The Shark Tooth carving design symbolises masculinity and provides strength to the wearer. It is a talisman that brings good fortune to the wearer and provides protection.
The Koru is a spiral shape based on the appearance of a new unfurling silver fern frond. It symbolises new life, growth, strength, and peace.
Pikorua – The Twist
Pikorua – The Twist represents the path of life and love.
It symbolises the joining of lives in love and friendship for eternity.
Roimata – Drop
Roimata encourages knowledge, confidence, and independence. It gives positive energy, helps to heal and is often called the comfort stone.