There is a peculiar bird in New Zealand called “Kiwi Bird” because it makes “keee-weee” sound. Before humans migrated, New Zealand did not have meat-eating animals. The bird did not need to avoid predators and there were plenty of food on land for hunting. So the native bird’s wings gradually degrades and eventually no longer has the ability to fly. The kiwi bird is timid and lethargic, It normally sleeps up to twenty hours a day, mostly emerges at night for hunting food.
This necklace is made with verisimilar metalworking techniques, carving out the kiwi bird’s feather texture and faithfully demonstrating the interesting contrast between its slender beak and rounded body. We inlay a small sapphire as its eye, making it look more vivid and lovely.