Ngahuru Huarere Pedant
This pendant is hand-shaped from a driftwood branch fork or "Y" from unknown timber from Whangamata Beach, Coromandel Peninsula, North Island New Zealand. The pendant was named after "Autumn Weather". To surf in this area of NZ you need Pacific cyclones, which occur in autumn, to produce the swell to make this hollow fast left work and when it does you can surf for days until your body has nothing left.
If you would like more information about the location where this branch fork was collected from please get in contact.
It was hand-shaped in England from and the driftwood branch fork was collected with minimal disruption to the environment, leaving behind as much as possible of the remaining branch.
Designed to be worn around the neck and comes with a black 1mm waxed cotton cord. You don’t need to take it off for showering, having a bath and swimming in lakes, rivers, the sea or the ocean if you don’t want to. You just don’t know when you will need it to anchor your experiences for release later.
It is sent to you in cardboard packaging in a simple wool pouch hand made by us. Our packaging is easily recyclable and minimal, so just for the journey to you and no more.
This hei matau pendant is approximately 59 mm high and 36 mm wide and its widest point and 9 mm thick in the middle.
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