Long Kahotea Toki

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New Zealand Pounamu carved Toki with a black hand plaited waxed cord bound on top.

The Toki was a traditional Maori tool for cutting and digging. As a pendant, it represents strength and courage, a symbol of achiever.


Kahotea means the Greenstone flecked with white. The name derives from Kaho, meaning light-coloured tea (white or clear). 


It is supplied with a velveteen pouch.


Dimensions: 72x21mm (approx)

Long Kahotea Toki

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