Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.
Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.

Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl « Kawa Ora » by Rangitu Netana 140.

Regular price
£1,200.00
Sale price
£1,200.00
Tax included.

Beautiful Hermes Cashmere and Silk GM Shawl «Kawa Ora» by Rangitu Netana.

First issued in 2021.
The background colours are blue white, purple, etc.
Composition: cashmere 70% silk 30%.
Size: 140cm x 140cm
Comes without box.

Condition:
Excellent condition. Brand new.
There are no pulls, stains, discolouration, holes or snags. No pilling.
The hemps are plump. There is no S stamp.

The story behind

Te Rangitu Netana, a Maori tattoo artist took inspiration from the life of his ancestors and Maori culture to design this scarf. An owl, the messenger between the material and spiritual worlds, rises above the four walls that draw the house of the tribe's meeting place. Knowledge and a connection to the sky are represented on the northern wall, creation and water on the southern, light and the giant eagle on which the Maori have traveled on the eastern. The albatross tears represent the suffering of the Maori people on the western. The central circle represents a giant octopus, symbol of navigation, and its tentacles, the eight directions of the Maori compass, in a spirited crossing of cultures.