These Roimata drop pieces are individually hand-carved from beef bone. Each carved piece has it’s own identity and character.
Each set comes with an information card and a guarantee of authenticity.
The Roimata shape is widely regarded to represent empathy and solidarity, healing and emotional connection. Add to this the double koru shape, which represents growth and family.
Dale Borland is a family business run by John and Dale Harrison, and middle son Steven.
The bone part measures 70mm long, with 25mm long steel hooks
These items are handmade in New Zealand