Leaf design cut from a recycled bottle with a sandblasted motif based on the New Zealand native Kōwhai tree.
Traditionally Māori used the flexible Kōwhai branches as a construction material in their houses and to snare birds. The Kōwhai flowers were a source of yellow dye. They also used the Kōwhai tree as medicine. The bark was heated and processed into a poultice to treat wounds, or rubbed on a sore back, or made into an infusion to treat bruising or muscular pains. Kōwhai was also said to be good for healing the wounds of seal bites. Kōwhai trees are highly prized by Māori.
Other colours (Dark Blue, Red, Orange, Purple) available by request.
Leaf length: 35mm (1.4in), Chain length: 45cm (17.7in), Different lengths of chain available by request.
By New Zealand designer Heidi Gilgenberg.
**Due to the nature of the process and the use of recycled materials, colour and size may vary slightly from photo**
Glass sources- Green: Jagermeister Schnapps or Wine bottle. Light Blue: Bombay Sapphire Gin.