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HEI TIKI RIRA
This Maori Hei Tiki pendant is a powerful and commanding piece of jewelry, expertly hand carved from cattle bone. Standing tall at 70mm and wide at 40mm, this pendant boasts expert craftsmanship with hand-carved details and intricate Paua Shell inlays for the eyes. Wear it as a symbol of good luck and prosperity in Maori culture, or simply as a testament to your appreciation for skilled craftsmanship and cultural heritage.
The Hei Tiki is a traditional Maori pendant that is highly prized for its cultural significance and symbolism. It is believed to represent the human embryo and is often given as a gift to new parents to bring good luck and prosperity to their family. The Hei Tiki is also associated with fertility and is often worn by women as a symbol of their ability to bear children. In Maori culture, the Hei Tiki is seen as a protective talisman and is often passed down from generation to generation as a treasured heirloom. The intricate designs and patterns on the Hei Tiki are thought to represent the interconnectedness of all living things and the importance of maintaining balance and harmony in the world.
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