Jewellery

We have a few lovely pieces of jewellery for you to wear or gift.
  • Glass Fantail Disc Pendant
    Disc of recycled glass cut from a recycled bottle with an image of the New Zealand Fantail (Piwakawaka) fused onto the surface. Finished with sterling silver jump ring and chain.

    The design is actually iron fused onto the surface of the glass hence the slight reddish colour.

    Did you know Pīwakawaka chicks are fed every ten minutes, that’s about 100 times per day. Some human mothers who remember feeding teething babies, will empathise. The fantail is a rare native bird species in New Zealand that has managed to adapt to the impact of humans upon the environment.

    They can live anywhere from coastal areas to alpine areas. Although predators such as cats, rats and stoats take their eggs, Pīwakawaka make lots of eggs, many of which will survive and become the sweet, resilient birds we love.

    Measurements: 2.5cm
    NZ$ 79.00
  • Kōwhai Leaf Pendant
    Leaf design cut from a recycled bottle with a sandblasted motif based on the New Zealand native Kōwhai tree.

    Traditionally Māori used the flexible Kōwhai branches as a construction material in their houses and to snare birds. The Kōwhai flowers were a source of yellow dye. They also used the Kōwhai tree as medicine. The bark was heated and processed into a poultice to treat wounds, or rubbed on a sore back, or made into an infusion to treat bruising or muscular pains. Kōwhai was also said to be good for healing the wounds of seal bites. Kōwhai trees are highly prized by Māori.

    Made by Stone Arrow Jewellery.

    Measurements: 3.5cm tall x 1.5cm wide
    NZ$ 99.00
  • Kōwhai Leaf Earrings
    Leaf design cut from up-cycled glass with a sandblasted motif based on the New Zealand native Kōwhai tree. These catch the light so beautifully, you'll be adding different colours to your collection! Completely handmade here in our Golden Bay workshop, including the hooks crafted from recycled Sterling Silver.

    Traditionally Māori used the flexible Kōwhai branches as a construction material in their houses and to snare birds. The Kōwhai flowers were a source of yellow dye. They also used the kōwhai tree as medicine. The bark was heated and processed into a poultice to treat wounds, or rubbed on a sore back, or made into an infusion to treat bruising or muscular pains. Kōwhai was also said to be good for healing the wounds of seal bites. Kōwhai trees are highly prized by Māori.

    Made by Stone Arrow Jewellery

    Measurements: 3.5cm tall x 1.4cm wide
    NZ$ 89.00
  • Kereru
    Designed based on the distinctive native New Zealand kereru (wood pigeon). The Kereru is a clumsy flier but has a lovely colourful plumage. The scourage of many fruit orchards where they love to snack on the fresh blossoms of trees in the spring! The ear hooks are created from recycled sterling silver.

    Made by Stone Arrow Jewellery.

    Measurements: 2cm
    NZ$ 69.00
  • Koru Paua Brooch
    This beautiful brooches have been developed in conjunction with Maori designer Daniel Hobman. Silver plated and inlaid with paua, it comes in its own wood presentation box. The koru represents the fern frond as it opens - bringing new beginnings, growth and hope for the future.

    Measurements: 4cm in diameter
    NZ$ 40.00

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