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Bone Huia (Feather) Earrings

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Wearing Māori bone huia earrings can be a personal expression of one's connection to nature, spirituality, and cultural identity. It can symbolize a deep respect for the natural world and the spiritual forces that surround us. Additionally, these earrings may be seen as a representation of strength, resilience, and the ability to soar above life's challenges.

Each Piece is Individually carved from genuine beef bone so there may be slight variations to colour, shape and size. Supplied in gift box.

SIZE:60 mm X14 mm

Made in New Zealand

Meaning of the Huia (Feather)

In Māori culture, bone feather earrings hold significant symbolism and meaning. Feathers, in general, are considered sacred and carry spiritual connotations in Māori traditions. The bone feather earrings, crafted from bone material, often represent elements such as strength, freedom, and spirituality.

Feathers hold a special place in Māori mythology and are associated with various natural and spiritual entities. They can represent the connection between the earthly realm and the spiritual realm, acting as a bridge between the two. Feathers are also linked to birds, which are regarded as messengers and bringers of wisdom in Māori culture.

Wearing Māori bone feather earrings can be a personal expression of one's connection to nature, spirituality, and cultural identity. It can symbolize a deep respect for the natural world and the spiritual forces that surround us. Additionally, these earrings may be seen as a representation of strength, resilience, and the ability to soar above life's challenges.

It's important to note that specific interpretations and meanings may vary among different Māori communities or individuals, as the understanding of cultural symbols can be influenced by personal beliefs and experiences.