Considering using taniko plaiting with metal fibres to make Maori wedding headband!

Considering using taniko plaiting with metal fibres to make Maori wedding headband!

Kohai Grace Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Weaving Tukutuku Panel Patikitiki kiekie rimu

Kohai Grace Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Weaving Tukutuku Panel Patikitiki kiekie rimu

Tukutuku Panel made with Kiekie, Pingao, Toetoe according to the traditional way of weaving.

Tukutuku Panel made with Kiekie, Pingao, Toetoe according to the traditional way of weaving.

Image of Taonga Whakairo. This taonga is in three sections. These are a centre panel of tukutuku, flanked by two poupou. The work is rich in symbolism as it depicts the main gods of the Māori pantheon that are associated with our work. The work is also a symbol of LINZ's historic past and of its core business today, of being the kaitiaki (guardian) and interpreter of land information, for New Zealand.

Image of Taonga Whakairo. This taonga is in three sections. These are a centre panel of tukutuku, flanked by two poupou. The work is rich in symbolism as it depicts the main gods of the Māori pantheon that are associated with our work. The work is also a symbol of LINZ's historic past and of its core business today, of being the kaitiaki (guardian) and interpreter of land information, for New Zealand.

Image of Taonga Whakairo. This taonga is in three sections. These are a centre panel of tukutuku, flanked by two poupou. The work is rich in symbolism as it depicts the main gods of the Māori pantheon that are associated with our work. The work is also a symbol of LINZ's historic past and of its core business today, of being the kaitiaki (guardian) and interpreter of land information, for New Zealand.

Image of Taonga Whakairo. This taonga is in three sections. These are a centre panel of tukutuku, flanked by two poupou. The work is rich in symbolism as it depicts the main gods of the Māori pantheon that are associated with our work. The work is also a symbol of LINZ's historic past and of its core business today, of being the kaitiaki (guardian) and interpreter of land information, for New Zealand.

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