Koru are the quintessential pattern of Māori design. Taken from the fern frond, are found throughout the forests of Aotearoa, Koru represents the growth, the potential and peace found in the whenua (land). They are gifts of love and friendship.
This piece is made of beef bone and is hung by a black/tan cord.
This piece measures: 40 x 40 mm and can be worn on either side.
It was carved by Naki Fehoko.