Skip to product information
1 of 5




Regular price $79.00
Regular price Sale price $79.00
Sale Sold out
Tax included.

 Available in 18K Gold, Rhodium Silver or Black Plated Stainless Steel Engraved 40mm and 25mm Pendants on a 3.7mm Cuban with an extra long 26"+5cm extension Chain Necklace.

The large tag has the Tino flag engraved on one side and TOITŪ TE TIRITI on the other, whilst the small tag has 1840 engraved on it. 

This item is packaged in a custom matte black gift box with gold Rerehua branding and foam insert, perfect for presenting as a gift. 



Honour Te Tiriti

Although the Tiriti o Waitangi is often at the centre of controversial debate, in essence, it is quite simple. The overall summary is that Māori never ceded sovereignty.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi is a sacred covenant between the British Crown and Māori. The agreement reaffirmed Māori authority and sovereignty. It also provided kāwanangatanga (governorship) for the Queen to deal with the lawlessness of the settler population living in Aotearoa at that time.



Article 1: The rangatira (chiefs) agreed that the Queen of England would have kāwanatanga (governorship)

Article 2: Māori would retain 'tino rangatiratanga', or absolute authority and sovereignty over their whenua, kāinga and taonga katoa. Rangatira also agreed that they would 'hokonga' or trade land with the Queen if they chose to.

Article 3: The Queen will protect Māori and also grant them the same rights as British subjects.

Article 4: (Oral agreement) Freedom of religion and beliefs. The Governor would protect Māori spiritual customs.



Kupu hou:

tino rangatiratanga = absolute authority, sovereignty

whenua = land

kāinga = homes, villages, places of belonging

taonga = precious, treasured, of great value

katoa = all things

hokonga = sell, trade, purchase, exchange



We will process your order within 1-2 business days following payment. We normally ship orders the next day by NZ Post Overnight Express for New Zealand orders however please allow up to 1-5 days for delivery within New Zealand.


All international orders are sent by DHL International Express. Order processing times are the same as domestic orders but shipping times will vary depending on the country you are ordering from - usually shipping time is between 3-9 days.

There may be further shipping delays due to disruptions caused by Covid-19 that are out of our control. You will be provided with a tracking number so you can track the movements of your order. Rerehua Boutique cannot manage the shipment for you once it leaves our warehouse, you will need to contact DHL for updates using your tracking number as a reference. 

  • Please note that Rerehua Boutique is not liable for customs clearances fees that are required by your country, we also are not responsible for the delay in delivery caused by customs
  • All prices online do not include any of these customs clearance fees. Please familiarise yourself with your country’s customs charges and levies prior to placing an order
  • Please keep an eye on your shipment with the tracking number provided to avoid delays, Rerehua Boutique is not responsible if you are not notified by your country’s postal authority
If you choose to reject/refuse delivery due to customs fees there will be a $30 return fee deducted from your store credit to cover return shipping due to your refusal. This is non-negotiable. If we are charged any fees associated with the return of the parcel these will also be deducted from your store credit. If you place multiple orders your country's border control may combine the total of them upon entry, making you liable for import taxes and duties. The above is still applicable in this situation.  



We are an online business only and we don't offer any pickup option sorry. We do have pop-up stalls at some Events or you can visit one of our Stockists to shop in-store. 

Care Instructions

Rerehua Boutique Stainless Steel Jewellery is non-tarnish, sweat-proof, hypoallergenic, durable, beautiful and long lasting pieces that should be handled with care. Avoid contact with chemicals, chlorine, hazardous liquids or UV sterilization which removes the plating. You can clean your jewellery with a chamois cloth either dry or with some warm water.

View full details