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Organza Flower Wings And Wand

Highlights:

This beautiful wings and wand set is perfect for hours of imaginative play, or to wear to a special celebration. The wings are embellished with gorgeous organza flowers. The wand is a floral shape with ribbons , ideal for casting happy spells.

The wings are embellished with pink, peach, neon coral and blue organza flowers, and decorated with gold glitter fabric
The floral shaped wand is adorned with ribbons, in pink, coral, blue and gold
Suitable for ages 3-6 years
Product dimensions:
Wingspan – 22.5 inches

$120.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $20.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Hei Matau Hook 4

Highlights:

Hei Matau Hook

In Māori, the word ‘matau’ means fish hook. ‘Hei’ indicates that the matau hangs around the neck. Traditionally for Māori there is a special connection to the fish hook because according to Māori legend, the North Island of New Zealand was once a fish, and was caught and brought up to the surface by Maui; the son of the sky father (Ranginui) and earth mother (Papatūānuku).

The connection to the ocean is another special connection, because te moana (the ocean) is regarded as a very spiritual and sacred life source. Fish hooks made from bone and pounamu would be stored around people’s necks for safekeeping in the early days, and slowly they became more ornamental than practical.

The associations of hei matau include strength, abundance, connection, affiliation with the ocean, and of course a love of fishing! Hei matau are found in a variety of stylised figures; some incorporating other elements of Māori design, and some more traditional in their shape.

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$240.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $40.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Hei Matau Hook 3

Highlights:

Hei Matau Hook

In Māori, the word ‘matau’ means fish hook. ‘Hei’ indicates that the matau hangs around the neck. Traditionally for Māori there is a special connection to the fish hook because according to Māori legend, the North Island of New Zealand was once a fish, and was caught and brought up to the surface by Maui; the son of the sky father (Ranginui) and earth mother (Papatūānuku).

The connection to the ocean is another special connection, because te moana (the ocean) is regarded as a very spiritual and sacred life source. Fish hooks made from bone and pounamu would be stored around people’s necks for safekeeping in the early days, and slowly they became more ornamental than practical.

The associations of hei matau include strength, abundance, connection, affiliation with the ocean, and of course a love of fishing! Hei matau are found in a variety of stylised figures; some incorporating other elements of Māori design, and some more traditional in their shape.

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$280.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $46.67 with Laybuy

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Bunny Hooded Towel Washcloth Set

Highlights:

Wrap your little one up after their bath so they are nice and sung. Our luxurious hooded towel and washcloth set is made from the softest organic cotton – velour on the outside and soft terry in the inside. Designed to be absorbent and quick drying.

Dimensions: 75cm x 75cm

Care instructions: Machine wash by 40 degrees • Ideally dry hang but you can use in the dryer on a low heat • Do not bleach • Do not dry clean • Wash with similar colours • Dry in the shade.

Allow for 5% shrinkage

$60.00

Bear Hooded Towel Washcloth Set

Highlights:

Wrap your little one up after their bath so they are nice and sung. Our luxurious hooded towel and washcloth set is made from the softest organic cotton – velour on the outside and soft terry in the inside. Designed to be absorbent and quick drying.

Dimensions: 75cm x 75cm

Care instructions: Machine wash by 40 degrees • Ideally dry hang but you can use in the dryer on a low heat • Do not bleach • Do not dry clean • Wash with similar colours • Dry in the shade.

Allow for 5% shrinkage

$60.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $10.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Hei Matau Hook 2

Highlights:

Hei Matau Hook

In Māori, the word ‘matau’ means fish hook. ‘Hei’ indicates that the matau hangs around the neck. Traditionally for Māori there is a special connection to the fish hook because according to Māori legend, the North Island of New Zealand was once a fish, and was caught and brought up to the surface by Maui; the son of the sky father (Ranginui) and earth mother (Papatūānuku).

The connection to the ocean is another special connection, because te moana (the ocean) is regarded as a very spiritual and sacred life source. Fish hooks made from bone and pounamu would be stored around people’s necks for safekeeping in the early days, and slowly they became more ornamental than practical.

The associations of hei matau include strength, abundance, connection, affiliation with the ocean, and of course a love of fishing! Hei matau are found in a variety of stylised figures; some incorporating other elements of Māori design, and some more traditional in their shape.

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$240.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $40.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Marama 5

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.

$120.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $20.00 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 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.

$60.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $10.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Hei Matau Hook

Highlights:

Hei Matau Hook

In Māori, the word ‘matau’ means fish hook. ‘Hei’ indicates that the matau hangs around the neck. Traditionally for Māori there is a special connection to the fish hook because according to Māori legend, the North Island of New Zealand was once a fish, and was caught and brought up to the surface by Maui; the son of the sky father (Ranginui) and earth mother (Papatūānuku).

The connection to the ocean is another special connection, because te moana (the ocean) is regarded as a very spiritual and sacred life source. Fish hooks made from bone and pounamu would be stored around people’s necks for safekeeping in the early days, and slowly they became more ornamental than practical.

The associations of hei matau include strength, abundance, connection, affiliation with the ocean, and of course a love of fishing! Hei matau are found in a variety of stylised figures; some incorporating other elements of Māori design, and some more traditional in their shape.

This beautiful piece was created by talented carver Ben Callow.

$280.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $46.67 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata 8

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Nelson, a small city on the upper west side of New Zealands South Island.

$140.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $23.33 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata 7

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Nelson, a small city on the upper west side of New Zealands South Island.

$120.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $20.00 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 amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Nelson, a small city on the upper west side of New Zealands South Island.

$100.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $16.67 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 7

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$210.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $35.00 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 4

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$200.00

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

Pink Star Wand

Highlights:

Little ones who love magic and mystery will adore this pink felt star wand for casting spells. It features a beautiful ribbon tassel and glittery detail.

Padded pink felt star
Neon & iridescent ribbon tassel
Glitter detail
Suitable for ages 3+

$34.00

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Bunny Lip Balm

Highlights:

This Bunny Lip Balm Deluxe Metal Edition, leaves the lips sweet and deliciously golden. Enriched with shea butter and macadamia oil, which nourishes, repairs and protects. Formulated without parabens or allergens. Made in France.

INGREDIENTS

Hydrogenated coconut oil, ricinus communis (castor) sed oil, octyldodecanol, cera microcristallina (microcrystalline wax),hydrogenated microcrystalline wax, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, tridecyl trimellitate, parfum (fragrance), butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, hydrogenated polydecene, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate (octinoxate), butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane (avobenzone), saccharin,tocopheryl acetate, BHT.

$18.00

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Paris Duo Lipbalms Gift Set

Highlights:

Paris Lip Balm Duo – Strawberry and cherry bunnies sing the french hymn in the Inuwet Paris Lip Balm Duo! These balms are so nourishing, repairing, and they also protect your lips. One is clear and strawberry scent , the other is pink and cherry scent. Made in France with love.

COMPOSITION: Enriched with shea butter and macadamia nut oil, the formula is vegan, cruelty-free, and paraben and allergen-free.

APPLICATION: Apply to your lips throughout the day for maximum hydration.

$32.00

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Moon & Star Hair Slides

Highlights:

Add a little extra embellishment to your hair with these gorgeous moon and star hair slides. Beautifully crafted from felt and glitter fabric with shimmering gold details.

Glitter fabric & felt
Gold thread detail
White enamel & gold tone hair slides
Suitable for ages 4+
Set of 4

$23.00

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Kids Hat Vanilla Bean

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Keep your child safe from the sun in these fun sunhats by New Zealand brand Stella + Gemma.

$28.00

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Kids Hat Berries + Cream

Highlights:

Keep your child safe from the sun in these fun sunhats by New Zealand brand Stella + Gemma.

$28.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $4.67 with Laybuy

Tiger Crown Hanna Hoodie Size 7

Highlights:

Stella & Gemma Kids Hanna Tiger Crown Hoodie made from 100% cotton.

Available in sizes 4 to 10 yeears

$34.00

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Ben Callow Pounamu Leaf Pendant 1

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Leaf Pendant

The leaf symbolises growth and life.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Nelson, a small city on the upper west side of New Zealands South Island.

$60.00

Ben Callow Pounamu Roimata

Highlights:

Roimata / Kuru / The Drop

Encourages knowledge, confidence and independence. It gives positive energy, helps healing is often called the comfort stone.

This amazing piece was created by talented carver and artist Ben Callow in Nelson, a small city on the upper west side of New Zealands South Island.

$70.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $11.67 with Laybuy

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 10

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$60.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $10.00 with Laybuy

Out Of Stock

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 9

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$70.00

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 8

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$170.00

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

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 6

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$130.00

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

Ben Callow Pounamu Toki 5

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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$110.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $18.33 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 Nelson, a small city on the upper western side of New Zealands South Island by talented carver Ben Callow.

$150.00

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $25.00 with Laybuy

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