Jade

Westland Greenstone

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Westland Greenstone specialises in the design and manufacture of quality New Zealand jade jewellery, sculptures and ornaments.

Hours

8:30am - 5pm

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Westland Greenstone was established in 1962, it was the first retail and factory outlet in New Zealand.

We produce a wide range of traditional and contemporary designs. We guarantee the authentic New Zealand origin of our products.

View our carvers at work in the studio.

Paua, Bone and other jewellery also available.

Directions

34 Tancred St, Hokitika 7810, West Coast, New Zealand
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