Lizard on Roimata
This little lizard is definitely good luck! Although, we can't decided if he's riding a roimata or a surf board! Hand carved from ethically obtained camel bone, the lizard is reminiscent of the house geckos we have in Central Texas. It is said that they bring good luck to your house. They are funny to have around, and they eat lots of bugs!
Traditional Maori meaning behind the carving: Roimata (tear drop)- Resembling a toki that has been used so much it's edges have worn away, the roimata represents comfort, reassurance, and positive energy, as well as strength, power, and independence. It is also referred to as a comfort stone.
Pendant measures approximately 4 inches long.
Cord measures approximately 30 inches long.