Toki (Adze)

Worn as a symbol of strength, toki carries with it the closest of all connections to traditional Māori pounamu stone carving. With deep symbolism associated with mana and reverence, it can also mean wisdom, courage and bravery.

Twist (Pikorua)

Symbolising the bond between two people, connecting the lives of friends, family or loved ones.

Koru (Spiral)

Depicting new beginnings, life and hope. The koru resembles the unfurling frond of the native New Zealand silver fern.

Hei Matau (Hook)

Said to bring prosperity, good health and safe travels, the hei matau is a contemporary adornment also used to signify one's connection to the water.


Heart designs are often associated with feelings and meanings of love, unity, and cohesion. A heart resonates as the perfect expression of love.

Hei Tiki

The Hei Tiki represents the human form and one's ancestors. It links the past, present and future.

Elaborate Pounamu Flower Jade Manaia


A guardian bringing balance and protection. The head of a bird, body of a man and tail of a fish represent the sky, earth and sea. Often this will include three fingers representing birth, life, death.