• Description

    Description

    Trio of Feathers in silver to inspire

    This gorgeous necklace features a trio of customised, fine silver feathers.

    In New Zealand Maori mythology birds are very special and are the messengers of the Gods?  Eagles, Harriers and native owls pass between the worlds of man and the Gods along spiritual paths.  As a result, Maori consider birds sacred.

    As a tribute to our birds and our own inherent spirituality I have created this stunning Silver Trio of Feathers.  Each feather is individually hand stamped on both sides with inspirational and motivational words.  For you, this necklace is a reminder that you can access the sacred and the spiritual.  In addition, you can also tap into the wisdom of your ancestors.

    This necklace features 3 precious feathers in stunning Fine Silver.  Each feather measures approximately 5cm (2 inches) long and comes strung on a 50cm sterling silver chain.


    You can choose words, names or dates that are meaningful to you, or select from the list below.  Add your choice of words front and back in the comments when you place your order at checkout.

    Additional feathers are available for purchase also.

    • Wahine Toa – your warrior woman.
    • Aroha – Love
    • Kia Kaha – Strength
    • Whakapono – Faith
    • Wahine Toa – Warrior Woman
    • Kia Maia – Bravery
    • Ataahua – Beauty
    • Kia Manawa – Passion
    • Kia Kotahi – Unity
    • Whanau – Family
    • Mauri Ora – The breath of Life
    • Tumanako – Hope

     

  • Additional information

    Additional information

    chain length

    Short (40cm), Long (60cm)

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