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PIKORUA (Twist) 21st Key with stand

  • $295.00
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Customisable for any birthday or occasion! 

Text is made with permanent adhesive vinyl in colour black.

Includes frame for self-insertable photo or image. The key comes with instructions on how to do this. 

 The optional stand is removable. It slides in the back and clips in place.

21 is the age that a person in New Zealand is classed as an adult, and giving of the 21st key is a strong New Zealand tradition to symbolize opening the door of maturity and becoming an adult. Another meaning is giving the key as a symbol of the limitless doors they can open in their life.

In Maori culture the Pikorua represents the enduring connection between people and cultures. Its design derives from the piko piko fern whose fronds curl around and envelope one another.

In its single (figure eight) form the Pikorua represents the eternal bond between two individuals. The shape has no beginning or end and symbolises the two life paths that may move apart for a while but always come back together again. The double and triple twist forms represent the relationship between different peoples, cultures and whanau (family).

In all its forms the Pikorua signifies an eternal binding together between two parties. It represents friendship, love, family, togetherness, loyalty and epitomises the strength and beauty of loving, enduring relationships.

Made in Rotorua

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF SIZES CAREFULLY IF UNSURE ITS BEST TO USE A RULER AND MARK OUT WITH DIMENSIONS GIVEN.

**PLEASE ENSURE IN NOTES TO LEAVE WHAT TEXT YOU WOULD LIKE ON KEY

**INSTORE PICK UP AVAILABLE AT CARRARA MARKETS, GOLD COAST

NO REFUNDS ON THIS ITEM, AS ONCE PERSONALISED CANT BE RE-SOLD.

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Jo D - Victoria
21st Key

I order this 21st key for my son and it was sent promptly no hassles. Great service and fast delivery. Very happy with the piece and most importantly my son loved it the moment he laid eyes on it.

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Betty Umuhuri

Sorry I haven’t seen it yet because it got lost in the mail.