Maori Triple Twist Bone pendant

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Hand carved from bone with triple twist and paua shell

Measures 3.5cm long

Double and triple twist are also eternity symbols. The triple twist stands Refers to the bond between peoples, communities, or cultures rather than individuals. Traditionally given as an offering of friendship between different tribes.

Maori twist symbols also refer to the so called ‘three baskets of knowledge’. This is a concept that, very roughly translated, has to do with how, the for humankind necessary knowledge to survive, came to the world. According to the legend the god Tane (creator of the first man Tiki) brought down those three baskets from the heavens.

Also an eternity symbol. Refers to the bond between peoples or cultures rather than individuals. These Maori pendants were traditionally given as an offering of friendship between different tribes.

Maori twist symbols also refer to the so called ‘three baskets of knowledge’. This is a concept that, very roughly translated, has to do with how, the for humankind necessary knowledge to survive, came to the world. According to the legend the god Tane (creator of the first man Tiki) brought down those three baskets from the heavens.