Bone Koru Pendant - by Norman Clark No51
Beef bone pendant by Norman Clark.
On a waxed nylon cord. Adjustable length.
About the Koru:
For the Maori, the fern was an important symbol used in jewellery and in their carvings. Called the Koru, (the Maori word for "loop") the spiral shape is reminiscent of the form of an unfurling fern frond. It symbolizes new life, growth, strength and peace.