Name/Title	 Kete Muka / Flax Basket Pheasant feathers - (Maniapoto) Primary Maker	Hetet, Rangimarie

Name/Title Kete Muka / Flax Basket Pheasant feathers - (Maniapoto) Primary Maker Hetet, Rangimarie

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Medium: muka (New Zealand flax fibre), natural dyes. Size: 7.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches (excl. handles). Natural dyes: Tānekaha bark (brown), Raurēkau bark (yellow) "The pattern intricately depicts the subtle ripples—aramoana of the Pacific Ocean. Kete Tāniko makes reference to the processes used to form this delicate basket.

Medium: muka (New Zealand flax fibre), natural dyes. Size: 7.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches (excl. handles). Natural dyes: Tānekaha bark (brown), Raurēkau bark (yellow) "The pattern intricately depicts the subtle ripples—aramoana of the Pacific Ocean. Kete Tāniko makes reference to the processes used to form this delicate basket.

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Kahu tōī are prestigious warrior capes of leaf fibre from the hardy tōī (mountain cabbage tree).  of great prestige - not everyday working garments as their heavy, shaggy appearance suggests. The only form of pākē (rain cape) to carry the title ‘kahu’, for important garments alone. The high status of kahu tōī is connected to their strength & difficult construction, fibre much tougher & more water-resistant than muka (the flax fibre typically used), constructing a kahu tōī requires great…

Kahu tōī are prestigious warrior capes of leaf fibre from the hardy tōī (mountain cabbage tree). of great prestige - not everyday working garments as their heavy, shaggy appearance suggests. The only form of pākē (rain cape) to carry the title ‘kahu’, for important garments alone. The high status of kahu tōī is connected to their strength & difficult construction, fibre much tougher & more water-resistant than muka (the flax fibre typically used), constructing a kahu tōī requires great…

Object: Räpaki named ’Rongomai’ | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Object: Räpaki named ’Rongomai’ | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Kete Muka by Christina Hurihia Wirihana

Kete Muka by Christina Hurihia Wirihana

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