Perpetual calender

This listing is for  wooden perpetual calendar.  A circular spinning perpetual calendar. This hangs from the wall like a picture would on a nail or a screw. The rings turn manually so there are no small parts to break. The outer most ring is 300 mm in diameter so this is a substantial size. It’s made with  plywood for the rings, kauri  for the dial window.

The carving is Celtic Tree of Life Symbolism. The symbolism of the Celtic  tree of life is ultimately about the forces of nature combining to create balance and harmony. The branches reach for the sky, the roots reach down into the ground. … The Celts believed the tree of life was a symbol of longevity, wisdom and strength.

The carving is Taniwha is a guardian of a specific location and usually associated with a body of water. They are similar to the Dragons of Celtic origin. Taniwha are ferocious creatures or guardians of people and places.

The carving a Kiwi are a symbol for the uniqueness of New Zealand wildlife and the value of our natural heritage. The bird itself is a taonga (treasure) to Maori, who have strong cultural, spiritual and historic associations with kiwi.

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Weight 1.02 kg
Dimensions 360 × 300 × 30 mm