Maori tools and weapons

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Whānau (Family) Toki Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist Jade Pendant, Pendant Set, Maori Patterns, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Bone Jewelry, Maori Art, Bone Carving

Whānau (Family) Toki Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ140606)

Medium: pounamu (New Zealand jade). Size: 4.5 x 1.25 inches.

one of the greatest maori carvers created this heru comb . pataromu tamatea - New Zealand .

PATOROMU TAMATEA

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The kotiate was a popular Maori weapon, used for man-to-man combat and distinctively having a carved notch on either side of the blade. Maori Designs, Maori Legends, New Zealand Tattoo, Maori People, Polynesian Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Art Carved, Carving Designs

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The kotiate was a popular Maori weapon, used for man-to-man combat and distinctively having a carved notch on either side of the blade. They were...

Medium: pounamu (New Zealand jade). Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Wax Carving, Bone Carving, Cross Shoulder Tattoos, Polynesian Art, Cross Tattoo For Men, Maori Designs

Pekapeka • Bat Form Pendant by Lewis Tamihana Gardiner, Māori artist (NZ51111)

Medium: pounamu (New Zealand jade). Size: 2 x 3.5 inches. . .

maori wahaiki war club 1 or it is just a big liver Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Tree Carving, Wood Carving, Bone Weapons, Maori Words, Maori Tribe

Maori Wahaika | Maori Kotiate | Maori fiddle club | sell maori club

Antique Maori Wahaika and Maori Kotiate are both excellent and extremely collectible examples of Maori Art. There are however contemporary versions of this form of Polynesian art.

 Next: A typical Maori patu or mere/the Patu-paiarehe or Turehu people taught Maori many arts and crafts Maori Symbols, Maori Tribe, Rules Of Engagement, New Zealand Art, Stone World, Medieval Weapons, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Jade Jewelry

patu club. Next: A typical Maori patu or mere/the Patu-paiarehe or Turehu people taught Maori many arts and crafts

This very fine replica of the pre-European weapon, Tewhatewha ( pronounced te [as in terror]-fah-te-fah), features a stunning New Zealand greenstone blade.

Fishing with nets on Lake Taupo. A fishing weir, or eel pa. Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, History Images, Art History, Fishing Weir, Wooden Flute, Polynesian People, African Tattoo

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