Send your guests home embraced by a piece of New Zealand

Choosing gifts for special visitors is challenging—you want something authentic, meaningful, simple to transport, that speaks of New Zealand’s unique place in the world.

Wrapt in New Zealand creates gifts that represent a genuine piece of New Zealand. Your guest will be impressed by the intricacy and intrigued by the authentic references to New Zealand’s cultural and natural heritage.  A Wrapt in New Zealand creation is a stunning, one-of-a-kind, enduring reminder of your, or your visitors, time in New Zealand.


Wrapt in New Zealand uses Merino and rare-breed wools, possum down and alpaca, cashmere and mohair fleeces from animals raised in New Zealand. These yarns are spun and dyed by kiwi artisans before being transformed by a sixth-generation New Zealander into stunning, one-of-a-kind, hand-woven pieces inspired by the colours of the birds of Aotearoa.


A Wrapt in New Zealand gift shows genuine appreciation of the contribution your special guest has made to your organisation or event. Not only will it blow them away now, but it will become a spectacular memento of their time in New Zealand and their relationship with you.

Whether your special guest is visiting from overseas or has traveled from closer to home, they will be delighted to receive one of these unique and meaningful gifts.

Each piece is individually presented and includes details of the story and inspiration for each design. Care instructions are also included.  Items are woven to order and usually require a 2-4 week lead time.

Designs are available as:

  • Blanket/Throw (110cm x 110cm)
  • Wrap/Shawl (50cm x 175cm)
  • Traditional Scarf (25cm x 170cm)
  • Lightweight Infinity Scarf (20cm x 150cm)

Packaging upgrades include:

  • Crisp white cardboard box
  • Traditional flax ‘kete’ bag
  • Woven flax box (pictured)
  • Your brand on a label affixed to the piece

Corporate and wholesale pricing is available on request.  Contact us today to discuss how you can amaze your special guests with their own piece of New Zealand.

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