These beautiful, handmade, pendant style earrings features metallic gold foil under a crystal clear glass dome. They have also been set in a 12mm bezel setting and hang from short (nickel free) brass hooks.
This is a perfect full-colour reference book for everyone enchanted by the beauty of the locations in the movie trilogy. Updated in 2011, the Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook contains valuable background information and exclusive anecdotes about the filming.
Wellington Museum & Cable Car Museum Gift Voucher Give the passionate Wellingtonian in your life the chance to experience two of Wellington’s best loved tourist attractions with a Wellington Museum & Cable Car Museum Gift Voucher! Wellington Museum shares the fascinating stories of the Wellington region. All housed within the beautiful 1892 heritage building designed […]
Wellington Harbour Board Emblem Mug Were you a sailor in your past life? Or in this life? Do you like to drink your morning cuppa while imagining sailing away into the sunset? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Wellington Harbour Board Emblem mug is for you! This sturdy white mug is […]
Ancient Mariner “Whiles all the night, through fog-smoke white,. Glimmered the white Moon-shine.’ ‘God save thee, ancient Mariner!” Whether you would like to re enact the poem ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ by Samuel Taylor or simply have a cup of tea, this is perfect for you! This sturdy white mug makes the perfect gift […]
Craig Fletcher Ceramic Daisy Pendant Craig’s sculptured ceramic jewellery is handmade in New Zealand using local clays. He started out creating magnificent works of ceramic and bronze and has recently expanded his talent to these unique and quirky jewellery pieces. They are painted with watercolours, acrylics and inks, and then sealed. This beautifully crafted Craig […]
Cruise Ships Wellington: One Hundred and One Visitors Cruise Ships Wellington is an album featuring a selection of cruise ships that have visited New Zealand’s capital city. Starting from the early days of cruising prior to World War II through to the giant floating resorts of today. A number of the ships described are not […]