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Kete Whakairo (Maori Fancy Basket) 12" x 7"+handle   Woven of natural and dyed New Zealand flax (not the same type woven into linen) by a Maori woman from the town of Rotorua on the North Island - The Maori often dye their material in the thermal mud (paru) pots

Kete Whakairo (Maori Fancy Basket) x Woven of natural and dyed New Zealand flax (not the same type woven into linen) by a Maori woman from the town of Rotorua on the North Island - The Maori often dye their material in the thermal mud (paru) pots

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I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me.  One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me. One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me. One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me. One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

Two Kete Kupenga drying outside on a beautiful warm day in June. Please follow me on my Face Book page Woven.NZ

Two Kete Kupenga drying outside on a beautiful warm day in June.