Tania Tupu Ngati Porou - is a Wellington jewellery designer and a maker of contemporary Maori and Pacific inspired adornment
- Named after their beautiful song, Kōkako is considered sacred by many Māori.
- In Māori myth, the kōkako filled its wattles with water and brought it to Maui as he fought the sun. Maui rewarded the bird by making its legs long and slender, enabling it to bound through the forest with ease.
- Te Kōkako is wearing a kakahu ribbonwood flora laced with a taniko border.
- Dusty Pink and pea green
- Medium to long in length 3-dimensional panel on sterling silver hooks.