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. Please follow me on my Face Book page Woven.NZ

Robin Hill Kura Gallery Maori Weaving New Zealand Art Design Shoulder Korowai Duck Feathers Det

Robin Hill Kura Gallery Maori Weaving New Zealand Art Design Shoulder Korowai Duck Feathers Det

Topic: Maori weaver Erenora Puketapu-Hetet, Te Atiawa | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Topic: Maori weaver Erenora Puketapu-Hetet, Te Atiawa | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

michael parekowhai - friends of ours have one of these... i would love one

michael parekowhai - friends of ours have one of these... i would love one

Taniko Weaving. Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Evolution Of Maori Clothing. Part IX, By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck) P 111-149

Taniko Weaving. Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Evolution Of Maori Clothing. Part IX, By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck) P 111-149

Head and shoulders portrait of Rena Punehu (also named Reima Paroto) wearing a cloak and tiki. Beautiful

Head and shoulders portrait of Rena Punehu (also named Reima Paroto) wearing a cloak and tiki. Beautiful

Rehutai and Tangimoana were beautiful twin sisters who lived on the banks of the Ruamāhanga River. They both fell in love with Rautoroa, a handsome warrior, but he could not decide which to marry. Rehutai asked Tangimoana to fetch some water from a pool, but she refused, not wanting to leave her sister alone with Rautoroa. He then asked both girls to get water – but when they reached the pool, Tangimoana pretended to trip, muddying the water, and ran back to the warrior. Rehutai had to wait…

Rehutai and Tangimoana were beautiful twin sisters who lived on the banks of the Ruamāhanga River. They both fell in love with Rautoroa, a handsome warrior, but he could not decide which to marry. Rehutai asked Tangimoana to fetch some water from a pool, but she refused, not wanting to leave her sister alone with Rautoroa. He then asked both girls to get water – but when they reached the pool, Tangimoana pretended to trip, muddying the water, and ran back to the warrior. Rehutai had to wait…

Topic: Ruhia’s cloak - a life spared | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Topic: Ruhia’s cloak - a life spared | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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