Greenstone Hei Tiki Meaning
Tiki personifies primeval man, the first man created, like a Maori Adam, chief son of Rangi and Papa (the Sky Father and the Earth Mother). Some serve as dwelling places for ancestral spirits, while others are vessels for gods and other supernatural beings.
Ewan Parker - Jade
Ewan Parker & Wayne Turnbull are master jade carvers sharing a studio in a rural town on the East Coast of New Zealand's North Island.Their work is very distinctive with a bold yet elegant style and ranging from very traditional and finely detailed Tiki through to more contemporary renditions of traditional element
Hei Tiki | New Zealand Pounamu Designs & Meanings
The tiki meaning is to represent human form and one’s ancestors. Traditionally passed from parent to child or used for protection and good luck. It links the past, present & future.
Large Tiki Pendant – orange
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Maori Necklace - Taiaha
"Just amazing craftsmanship! I absolutely love it!! And I know my partner will too when I give it to him for our anniversary. Very fast postage too! I will be back to buy some bigger carvings off you, so keep them coming.. Thanks heaps!" Casey ______ TAIAHA TOA TAUA The Taiaha is a traditional weapon of the Maori of New Zealand and a chiefs weapon of authority. ______ This pendant is shaped like the ‘arero’ or tongue of the Taiaha. ______ AU$75.00 - FREE Postage
MAORI JEWELRY CARVING Hei Tiki Hand-Crafted New Zealand & | Etsy
This Tiki features stunning aqua and blue Paua shell eyes and immaculately detailed line work. - 80mm (H) x 45mm (W) / 3.14” (H) x 1.77” (W) - 100% Beef Bone - Expertly Handmade - Thick and Durable THIS IS A TREASURE FOR LIFE. Ariki (noun) paramount chief, high chief, chieftain, lord, leader, aristocrat, first-born in a high ranking family. The Hei-Tiki is an ornamental pendant of the Maori of New Zealand. It is worn around the neck. Hei-tiki are considered a taonga (treasure) by Maori .
Maori Necklace | Tiki Te Rira
New Zealand Maori Bone carving. Hei Tiki. The Mighty War Leader, Hōne Heke and his Wife. • In 1845 Heke ordered the cutting down of the flagpole at the British settlement of Kororāreka (now called Russell) to show displeasure at the British government, he was also an influential northern Māori voice in favour of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Maori Necklace, New Zealand Tribal Bone Carving Pendant, Handmade by Tuwharetoa Bone® Native Taiaha Weapon, Spearhead Design
New Zealand Maori Bone Taiaha (Spear head) - Maori Bone Pendant - Bone Necklace - Tribal Pendant - Bone Carving
pre-European and later Maori tiki made from greenstone / pounamu - price guide and values
Find the worth of your pre-European and later Maori tiki made from greenstone / pounamu. Research our price guide with auction results on 142 items from $49 to $80,586.
Maori Necklace Hei Tiki Ariki
Ariki is a high chief, a lord, a leader or the first-born in a high ranking family. The Hei-Tiki is an ornamental pendant of the Maori of New Zealand and is considered a ‘taonga’, meaning a treasure or anything highly prized.