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Manaia pounamu pendants depict a mythical creature. Māori consider manaia to be a guardian for the wearer.
Meaning tears of sadness or grief, Roimata pendants are named for their teardrop shape, and are widely regarded as touchstones in healing and meditation.
This Koru Pounamu Pendant depicts an unfurling fern. In Māori culture, the young shoots of the fern symbolise new life, growth and rejuvenation.