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The Greenstone Shop



Koropepe carved from stunning Kawakawa Pounamu, carved by Allan Moreton. 

Symbolises new beginnings, abundance and prosperity. The Koropepe is thought to represent the curled eel which is useful to find the right path in life.

Pounamu or Greenstone is regarded as a stone sacred to the gods by the Maori of New Zealand. As a Taonga -meaning treasured, and it should be worn with respect and pride. Pounamu is a gift from the heart.


35 mm length

36 mm width

7 mm thickness

Comes with an adjustable cord and a jute drawstring bag.

This will be the exact piece you will receive in the photos, there may be a slight degree of colour variation based on different computer or mobile phone screen resolutions that you are viewing from.


The Manaia is a strong, protective talisman, with the head of a bird, the body of a man and the tail of a fish. Traditionally, Manaia is believed to act as a messenger between mortals, and those in the spiritual world. It is an impressive spiritual guardian to keep one safe.

I am incredibly impressed and delighted with your service. I recently came in to purchase a Pounamu as a leaving gift for a very special Person on behalf of a group of us and the process from start to finish has been nothing short of exceptional. I am really blown away.

Isobel Baxter


Your Pounamu should last you a lifetime - and more. Pounamu is said to increase in mana as it is passed on through generations. We guarantee that any Greenstone Shop piece will survive to become an heirloom piece, spreading its mana throughout your whanau if it is well cared for, loved and respected.