Pāua (abalone) shaped cookie cutter
We are thrilled to bring our very own, alo Pāua (abalone) shaped single cookie cutter to you. Bring one of a kind Māori designs into your kitchen and make unique Pāua shaped cookies with Kaumātua inspired Kuki Reka Kani, loosely translated as cookie cutters.
They also make wonderful gifts for your favourite people, should provide hours of creating and innovating in your own kitchen and the best part is no one else currently sells cookie cutters quite like these Kaumātua inspired creations.
- Food grade polypropylene
- Aluminum dowel insert
- Designed and manufactured in Hamilton, New Zealand
- Dishwasher safe (top rack)
- Wash before use
- 70mmW x 102mmL x 65mmH
Kuki Reka Kani, loosely translated means cookie cutters. Kuki Reka refers to the delicious cookies that are made with these cutters. Reka means delicious in Māori and for the purposes of our products Reka also stands for: Rauawaawa Enterprise for Kaumātua Aspirations. We are proud that our products are New Zealand made and that they have been named and lovingly inspired by Kaumātua at Rauawaawa.
Pāua are taonga (treasure) to Māori. Pāua is a valued resource for traditional and contemporary art. Pāua shells are often used to represent the eyes in Māori carvings and are traditionally associated with whetu, the eyes of the ancestors that look down on us from the night sky. The way the colours of the shell move in the light is a symbol of change and transition in Māori culture. Pāua meat is a kaimoana (seafood) delicacy and played a significant role in manaakitanga ki ngā manuhiri (hosting of visitors) for many Māori tribes, especially if the visitors were of importance.