Wahaika (short club), early 19th century Artist not identified New Zealand, Maor Wood, paua shell (Abalone haliotis), fiber L: 41.40 cm, W: 17.30 cm Donor not recorded. Received before 1878 Accession Number: E5539

Wahaika (short club), early century Artist not identified New Zealand, Maor Wood, paua shell (Abalone haliotis), fiber recorded. Received before 1878 Accession

Portrait | Courtney Rutledge by David K. Shields

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Glass Korowai by Te Rongo Kirkwood, Photograph by the awesome David Sheilds.

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

Kahu kiwi (feather cloak) - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Gordon Walters... one day..

In this computer age this artwork is all the more amazing. The technique and detail are incredible. And the composition timeless. - Gordon WALTERS - 1981 GORDON WALTERS Maheno 1981 Collection: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1982

Maori Korowai

Rain Cape worn by our ancestors … It would now be worn today only at ceremonial occasions or as part of our educational history in ones home or at a museum .what is this made of?


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Short weapons fashioned from whale's bone. The wahaika class.

1. A patiti or tomahawk used as a weapon, with carved bone handle. 2. Patu onewa, a stone weapon. Dominion Museum collection

A patiti or tomahawk used as a weapon, with carved bone handle. Patu onewa, a stone weapon.

At a Glance – David K. Shields shares his work for a recent Te Rongo Kirkwood exhibition, a Maori art project showing the stages of life. Model Courtney Rutledge (N Model New Zealand) represents youth in traditional clothing styled by Kirkwood. Enjoyed this update?Stay up to date, and subscribe to our mailing list! Related

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Hoeroa, a weapon fashioned from whale's bone. Dominion Museum photo

Hoeroa, a weapon fashioned from whale's bone.

Kotiate, an old Maori weapon of singular form: fashioned from whale's bone.

Kotiate, an old Maori weapon of singular form: fashioned from whale's bone

Beautiful Maori Culture!

This is a meré, a hand axe that is primarily decorative, ceremonial, and used in haka and dance performances by Maori people in Aotearoa (New Zealand). Historically, it was a weapon. It is sometimes also crafted out of pounamu (jade).

Finch & Co - Rare New Zealand Maori Carved Wood Two Handed Club 'Tewhatewha'

Finch & Co - Rare New Zealand Maori Carved Wood Two Handed Club 'Tewhatewha'

One patiti; two taiaha; one kakauroa; one tewhatewha; one patu onewa.

One patiti; two taiaha; one kakauroa; one tewhatewha; one patu onewa.

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Two Maori men threatening one another, one with a mere (club), one with a spear bearing a large round object on its tip. They are supposedly in the.

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