This little lizard resting on a pikorua is sure to bring you good luck! Hard carved from ethically obtained giraffe bone, the lizard is patterned off the house geckos we have here in Central Texas. It is said that they are good luck to have in the house. Probably because they feast on bugs!
Traditional Maori meaning behind the carving: Pikorua- The twisted shape refers to the emerging paths of people. They are symbolic of the "three baskets of knowledge," which the creator god, Tane, brought down from the heavens to allow humankind to flourish.
Single twist- The is a symbol for friendship, love, loyalty. It refers to two individuals who, although sometimes take separate paths, they will always be connected and return to each other.
Pendant measures approximately 3 inches.
Macrame cord measures approximately 23 1/2 inches.