NEW ZEALAND MAORI EARRINGS
Traditional and Contemporary Designs
"WORN BY WARRIORS"
Maori Kapeu (ear pendants), expertly hand carved from cattle bone. Measuring 60mm high by 11mm wide, these earrings are lightweight and comfortable to wear. Each earring weighs just 16 grams.
Kapeu, also known as ear pendants, are traditional pieces of jewelry worn by the Maori people of New Zealand. These earrings are typically hand carved from materials such as bone, wood, or stone, and feature intricate designs and symbols that hold cultural significance in Maori tradition.
Kapeu are typically worn as a sign of cultural identity and pride, and are often gifted to mark special occasions such as graduations, weddings, and birthdays. They are also often given as a sign of respect or honor, and are worn by both men and women.
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