Tārere is both a pendulum and to swing. I’m sure you can see why this taonga is called Tārere?
Tim has enjoyed playing with the 3d and he has outdone himself with this piece. It looks absolutely stunning on. It feels amazing in your hands. The symmetry is impeccable. And that chatoyant inclusion in the front couldn’t have been more perfectly placed to affect that feeling of movement.
In dictionary speak a pendulum is a weight hung from a fixed point so that it can swing freely. When we know who we are and we know where we come from we are like a pendulum – securely hung from the fixed point of our whakapapa so that we are able to swing freely in life, to try new things, to be our true selves.
This taonga. I can’t get over it. You might be able to tell from all the photos I took! But it really is magnificent.
- One of a kind taonga by Timoti
- Kahurangi pounamu from Te Tai Poutini
- 80mm length x 37mm width
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