NEW ZEALAND MAORI EARRINGS
Traditional and Contemporary Designs
"WORN BY WARRIORS"
These stunning earrings are inspired by the traditional 'Moko Kauae' facial tattoo of the Maori Women of New Zealand. Measuring 58mm by 60mm, they are cast in brass and protected with a nano coating for durability. At 15g each, they are lightweight and easy to wear. The intricate design showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Maori, making these earrings a unique and meaningful addition to any jewelry collection. Whether dressing up for a special occasion or adding some cultural flair to your everyday look, these earrings are sure to make a statement.
The Moko Kauae, or sacred female facial tattoo, is a traditional form of body art for Maori women in New Zealand. It is a highly prized and respected form of cultural expression, representing the wearer's identity, ancestry, and status within the community. The tattoo is traditionally applied to the chin and lips, and is believed to connect the wearer to their ancestors and to their cultural identity. It is a symbol of strength, courage, and beauty, and is seen as a way for Maori women to honor their heritage and cultural traditions. The Moko Kauae is an important part of Maori culture and is deeply meaningful to those who wear it.
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