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Jumbo Maori God of Sea - Charm

Jumbo Maori God of Sea - Charm

Normal price €99,00 EUR
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The sea god belongs to our Maori collection.

In the rich world of Maoric mythology there are a variety of deities and mythical beings that embody different aspects of nature and life. One of these important deities is Tangaroa, which is worshiped as a sea god in Maoric mythology.

Tangaroa is a highly respected divine figure and represents the oceans and waters that are of great importance for the Maori. 

He is the ruler of the waters and the sea creatures. Tangaroa is often associated with the ability to influence the benevolence of the sea world and to help people find their way around the sea.

Its importance extends beyond the practical dimension and also has a deep spiritual and cultural meaning. Tangaroa symbolizes the appreciation and respect of the Maori for nature and the sea environment, which is of fundamental importance for them. Water, fishing and seafood are an important source of food and a source of cultural identity in Maorian culture.

Our charm consists of high -quality 925 silver and is refined with a sparkling gemstone.

Our gemstones have a unique cuttable type and come from sustainable sources. Your natural colors and patterns vary because we do not use chemical processing.
Due to these natural variations, you can deviate from our pictures. Those differences Make our jewelry unique.

Our natural and gems are excluded from the exchange.

Please note that real gemstones can be fragile, so treat them carefully.
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This bead is limited to 66 pieces per color worldwide.

Size: Ø = 1.3cm
Weight: approx. 9.1g

1x silver charm is offered for sale, without the design suggestions in the pictures (without other charms, bracelets and bracelets, etc.) 

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