The Koru inspired by the unfurling spiral of a New Zealand fern frond is traditionally a symbol for spiritual growth, life and peace. To others it reflects our search for knowledge and new beginnings. Traditionally, a Koru is given to another to show connection or kinship, or the linking of one generation to another.

A Koru design intertwined with other forms…such as Twists or Circles, illustrate a different significant story. For example, a single twist represents the joining of two people together for eternity. While twists with a crisscross depict the many paths of love and life.

Enclosing the Koru element within a circle signifies a new beginning within the circle of life or linking love with a new life. This closed circle translation means that there is no beginning and no end.