Tī Rākau – Golden flower jade earrings
Tī Rākau are Māori stick games played by a group of people with wooden rods that are thrown by the players to each other in time to a song. These golden flower jade earrings remind of us the rods used in Tī Rākau.
Furthermore, Tī Rākau is the Māori name for the Cabbage Tree, or Cordyline Australis. The green and gold of these earrings reflect the cabbage tree colours perfectly.
As with all our earrings, wearing these pounamu earrings gives one a sense of confidence and pride. The perfect feature piece for your outfit, they will carry you through from the office to a night out on the town. Hanging them from sterling silver hoops allows them to swing and move beautifully in your ears. When wearing them you will feel taller, more regal – just like the princess you are.
- Hand-carved earrings.
- Length: Pounamu, 89mm. Including hook, 113mm
- Hung from our hand made sterling silver hooks.
Other Taonga you might be interested in
Matakahi – pounamu wedge earrings$200.00
Patupaiarehe – magical pounamu earrings$300.00
Ngutu Kiwi – Kiwi Beak pounamu earrings$300.00
Matakahi Koura – Golden Marsden Flower Jade Earrings$180.00
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