Bone Fern Pendant - by Norman Clark No91
Beef bone pendant by Norman Clark.
On a waxed nylon cord. Adjustable length.
About the Fern:
New Zealand has approximately 200 species of native ferns. The Silver Fern has been accepted as a symbol of New Zealand's national identity since the 1880s. To Māori, the elegant shape of the fronds stand for strength, stubborn resistance, and enduring power. To Pākehā (New Zealanders of non-Māori descent), the fern symbolises their sense of attachment to their homeland.