Koru meaning

The spiral is a Koru, represents the fern frond as it opens bringing new life and purity to the world. It also represents peace, tranquility and spirituality along with a strong sense of re growth or new beginnings.   The Koru is also often associated with nurturing so when interlocked with others is frequently used to represent the strength and purity of a loving relationship within a family.

This Bound Koru Necklace is made of hand carved bone. This necklace is extra special because it has meaning. The spiral form of a Koru represents the fern frond

I have doodled spirals as far back as I can recall

This card pretty much sums up the plot of my psychological thriller The Silver Tattoo

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The Joining ~ Celtic spiral and Maori koru design. Handcarved in cow bone

Maori koru & Celtic twist carving~ symbolising eternal bonding and growth.Hand carved in cow bone

Koru is the Maori word for the unfurling fern frond of New Zealand's silver fern. Both the symbol as the baby fern are characterized by an inward, circular or spiral shape. This shape, as well as the fresh fern frond, resemble new life, growth, a fresh start, new beginnings. But koru also, more spiritually, stands for; nurturing, tranquility, purity, personal growth, awakening and positive change.

4 Maori Symbol Necklaces and their Meanings

The spiral is a koru representing the silver fern frond as it opens brining new life and purity to the world. It also represents peace, tranquillity and spirituality along with a strong sense of regrowth or new beginnings.

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