ca 1800; wood house post figure, Maori people of New Zealand
Origin: Polynesia, New Zealand, Maori People (Provenance: Deaccessioned from the San Francisco de Young Museum) Period/Date: 1820-1850
Two-handed weapons: taiaha – Mau rākau – Māori use of weaponry ...
Ihaka Whaanga, [1865-1875] Carte de visite portrait of Ngati Rakai-paaka leader, taken 1865-1875 by Wanganui studio of William James Harding.
House Post Figure (Amo) [Maori people, Te Arawa region, Aotearoa (New Zealand)] (1979.206.1508) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Whalebone hair pins of Hone Heke, a Maori chief from the Ngā Puhi people, Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Source: Ganto Art.
Patiti, deeply carved handle with early trade blade attached.
Totara Hoe (waka paddle), 1860's - 1890's, X001.33.2
Traditional Maori artifacts including hoe (waka paddles), patu (short hand weapons), boxes, decorated gourds and other carved wooden items, from the collection Augustus Hamilton in the Hawkes Bay Philosophical Society Napier.
This is a nguru, a nose flute or whistle, made from whale ivory around 1800