Jade Hei Matau #1439
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The Hei Matau, or hook, represents strength, prosperity, good luck & safe travels over water.
The fish hook shape of the Hei Matau finds its origins in Māori legend; that the North Island of New Zealand was once a huge fish that was caught by Maui, using a fish hook taken from his grandmother’s jaw-bone.
The wearer of a Hei Matau is seen as a provider & protector who is strong-willed & determined to succeed in life.
Over time this pounamu will absorb its wearer’s natural body oils, taking on qualities unique only to them. It will harness their energy & its colours & depth of detail will alter beautifully over time.
Te Ua Hamuera is the artist who carved this magnificent taonga (treasure). All our pounamu is carved with love & beautiful intentions.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you desire a video of this exquisite carving.
This piece is approx 87mm L x 30mm W x 10mm D & weighs approx 30g