New Zealand's native Kereru (New Zealand Wood Pigeon) wear white plumage `vests'.  The rest of their feathers are brilliantly rainbow coloured in green, blue, purple, orange and gold iridescent hues.  Kereru make a distinctive heavy wing beating sound as they fly through New Zealand forests, foraging for native berries.


Sterling silver feathers (3cm long), handpainted with iridescent porcelain paint in greens and blues, with a white curling koru.  Hanging from sterling silver earhooks.