A posey of Makomako flower (Wineberry), Harakeke Spear (Flax leaf) and a tiny unfurling fern.
Makomako berries were used by early European settlers to make wine, but before their arrival, Māori were using the leaves medicinally on burns, infected wounds, sore eyes and rheumatism. In Spring, bursts of Makomako flowers cover the trees in tiny white blooms, which develop into tonal pinks and claret-red.
Sterling silver Makomako flowers, Harakeke spears and baby ferns hand painted with porcelain paint. Hanging from sterling silver ear hooks.
View the matching Mariella Necklace.