Huia Feather Necklace - Blue
This Huia Feather Necklace by Tania Tupu is inspired by Aotearoa's extinct huia bird, sadly silenced before our generation could hear its song.
A huia feather was traditionally given as a token of friendship and respect and worn by high ranking chiefs symbolising leadership and mana. Upon the feather, Tania's handcrafted earrings also feature a Poutama Porourangi tukutuku design representing the search for knowledge.
- Handcrafted resin pendant with 3D huia feather and tukutuku design
- Comes on 50cm stainless chain
- Made in Wellington by Tania Tupu
- Pendant measures approximately 9.7cm x 2cm x 0.5cm
- Presented in gift box
Tania Tupu, Ngāti Porou, is a jewellery designer and maker of contemporary Māori and Pacific-inspired adornment based in Titahi Bay, Porirua. A talented businesswoman, Tania has also operated retail stores in Raglan and Nelson, worked for The Great War Exhibition and is currently the General Manager of Te Papa Stores at New Zealand's National Museum.
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