Ben Callow Pounamu

Beautifully handmade Pounamu by carver Ben Anthony Callow. Born in Nuhaka, a small settlement south of Gisborne on the the East Coast of New Zealands North Island, Ben’s work is created using various stone he has gathered from rivers around the Tasman region, and other collections from the past.
His work reflects his love and connection to the natural world with no two pieces the same.
He is currently based in a small coastal town on the West Coast of the North Island.

Ben Callow Pounamu

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Ben Callow Pounamu Kouma 5

Highlights:

The Pounamu Kouma (breastplate), design carries a message of physical and symbolic protection for the wearer throughout their life.
Early examples of the breastplate in Aotearoa date back to the Māori material culture of the archaic period, evolving as a type of personal body armour, whilst also mirroring the shape of the human physique.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow from Nephrite gathered from the Motueka River.

11.2cm in length.

$330.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $55.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Kouma 4

Highlights:

The Pounamu Kouma (breastplate), design carries a message of physical and symbolic protection for the wearer throughout their life.
Early examples of the breastplate in Aotearoa date back to the Māori material culture of the archaic period, evolving as a type of personal body armour, whilst also mirroring the shape of the human physique.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow from Nephrite gathered from the Motueka River.

10cm in length.

$330.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $55.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata 6

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.
This piece is made from Nephrite from the Motueka River near Nelson at the top of the South Island.

11cm in length.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Waitarere Beach, a small community on the west coast of New Zealands North Island.

$200.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $33.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata 4

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.
This piece is made from Flower Jade from Marsden Valley in Stoke near Nelson at the top of the South Island.

10.5cm in length.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Waitarere Beach, a small community on the west coast of New Zealands North Island.

$200.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $33.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata 2

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.
This piece is made from Flower Jade from Marsden Valley in Stoke near Nelson at the top of the South Island.

9.3cm in length.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Waitarere Beach, a small community on the west coast of New Zealands North Island.

$200.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $33.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Kouma 3

Highlights:

The Pounamu Kouma (breastplate), design carries a message of physical and symbolic protection for the wearer throughout their life.
Early examples of the breastplate in Aotearoa date back to the Māori material culture of the archaic period, evolving as a type of personal body armour, whilst also mirroring the shape of the human physique.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow from Nephrite gathered from the Motueka River.

10.5cm in length.

$330.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $55.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Kouma 2

Highlights:

The Pounamu Kouma (breastplate), design carries a message of physical and symbolic protection for the wearer throughout their life.
Early examples of the breastplate in Aotearoa date back to the Māori material culture of the archaic period, evolving as a type of personal body armour, whilst also mirroring the shape of the human physique.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow from Nephrite gathered from the Motueka River.

11cm in length.

$330.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $55.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Kouma 1

Highlights:

The Pounamu Kouma (breastplate), design carries a message of physical and symbolic protection for the wearer throughout their life.
Early examples of the breastplate in Aotearoa date back to the Māori material culture of the archaic period, evolving as a type of personal body armour, whilst also mirroring the shape of the human physique.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow from Nephrite gathered from the Motueka River.

9cm in length.

$320.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $53.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Niho 1

Highlights:

The greenstone Niho (tooth), design is thought to represent strength, leadership and resilience and its symbolism is commonly associated with two animals – the whale and the shark.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$190.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $31.67 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 8

Highlights:

Marama

Maramatanga means enlightenment, insight, understanding, light, these contemporary designs inspired by the marama (moon) represent an indigenous cyclical worldview of intergenerational connections between ancestors and descendants. Some Polynesian ancestors believed that as we move forward in time we are actually returning back to our ancestors

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$170.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $28.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 7

Highlights:

Marama

Maramatanga means enlightenment, insight, understanding, light, these contemporary designs inspired by the marama (moon) represent an indigenous cyclical worldview of intergenerational connections between ancestors and descendants. Some Polynesian ancestors believed that as we move forward in time we are actually returning back to our ancestors

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$170.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $28.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 6

Highlights:

Marama

Maramatanga means enlightenment, insight, understanding, light, these contemporary designs inspired by the marama (moon) represent an indigenous cyclical worldview of intergenerational connections between ancestors and descendants. Some Polynesian ancestors believed that as we move forward in time we are actually returning back to our ancestors

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$170.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $28.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 1

Highlights:

Marama

Maramatanga means enlightenment, insight, understanding, light, these contemporary designs inspired by the marama (moon) represent an indigenous cyclical worldview of intergenerational connections between ancestors and descendants. Some Polynesian ancestors believed that as we move forward in time we are actually returning back to our ancestors

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$170.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $28.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 4

Highlights:

Marama

Maramatanga means enlightenment, insight, understanding, light, these contemporary designs inspired by the marama (moon) represent an indigenous cyclical worldview of intergenerational connections between ancestors and descendants. Some Polynesian ancestors believed that as we move forward in time we are actually returning back to our ancestors

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$130.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $21.67 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 1

Highlights:

The Toki had much meaning to the Maori, fashioned from stone or greenstone it was an essential tool for survival and day to day life of a Maori tribe. That’s the reason the maori attribute the spiritual meaning of strength and power to the Toki, this symbol resembles determination, control, strength focus and honour. Its shape represents an axe head.

This beautiful piece was created in Waitarere Beach, a small town on the west coast of New Zealands North Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$160.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $26.67 with Laybuy

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