Stunning Toki carved in a simple style. Carved by Dean Taylor.
Traditionally Toki was used by Maori to cut and work timber for the meeting houses and carvings. Because of the determination, control and strength required to skilfully use the Toki it became a symbol of ability, power and authority. Ceremonial Toki were traditionally worn by Maori elders and Chiefs to signify leadership qualities. May this Toki bring the wearer strength, courage and inspiration on their journey in life.
Pakohe or NZ Argillite is a sediment stone, a play of shadow and light and comes in a range of colours from black, green, grey and blues and was commonly used to make tools from. It is said to enhance the ability to see all things as sacred and creates interconnectedness between body and spirit. Strengthens the link to ones ancestors.
43 mm length
28 mm width
8 mm thickness
Comes with an adjustable black cord and a jute drawstring bag.