NOOSA Chunks

NOOSA Pure Chunks
EBAN purple
Material: gourd, purple
This westafrican Symbol, Eban, represents a fence. It symbolises the safety and sense of security that love can offer.
8,95 EUR
 
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Hunabku - red gourd
Material: Gourd, red

Hunab Ku - is a Yucatec Maya word meaning "The Only God"!
8,95 EUR
 
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TATU - Bone-green
Material: Bone - green

The skills of tattooing of the Netherlands have been created in Tahiti. This pattern is a collection of memories and shields you from the the coming circumstances.
8,95 EUR
 
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BATIK STAMP-black-bone
Material: bone

Batik is a painting technique that dates back centuries. Metal stamps are used to pattern the cloth with wax. This batik stamp with the image of a flower is a symbol of the fusion of cultures.
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ZESSTER-natural-gourd
Material: pumpkin

This pattern comes from the traditional clogs worn by Dutch fishermen in Marken when they asked their girlfriend to marry them. If the girl accepted the marriage proposal, she would wear the clogs when he returned from sea.
 
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ONE EYED DZI-black-bone
Material: bone
The Dzi bead, originally from Tibet, stands for positive spirituality and protection. The literal meaning of Dzi is ‘shine, brightness and splendour’.
 
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ONE EYED DZI-brown-bone
Material: bone
The Dzi bead, originally from Tibet, stands for positive spirituality and protection. The literal meaning of Dzi is ‘shine, brightness and splendour’.
 
8,95 EUR
 
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KORU-white-polyresin
Material: polyresin
The Koru comes from the Maori in New Zealand and represents new life, growth and strength. The Maori believe that the wearer’s soul slowly assimilates into the symbol.
 
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