Spiral Infinity Twist Logo Design
Our most popular design & company logo has been brought back into circulation. Only carved for custom order requests previously, this special design is back on Etsy. The Infinity twist represents eternal life, the bonding of family & Unity. The three waves represent the past, present & the future. The center wave also represents the Piko, or New Beginning of a New Life. This design measures: 2 1/2" long x 1 3/8" wide. Please note that this carving includes a lashed hand-woven cord, 18-20…
The Maori: A Rich and Cherished Culture at the World’s Edge
New Zealand was one of the last landmasses to be colonized by humans. When Pleistocene megafauna had gone extinct elsewhere in the world, New Zealand was still inhabited by the moas, giant flightless birds that were hunted by early Maori settlers.
Yuri Terenyi - Bone & Wood
Yuri is a versatile artist who is a master of his craft as a bone carver and wood carver as well as being an accomplished musician. He specializes in intricate bone carvings with very strong traditional style and amazing detail but also has a contemporary artistic flair that makes his work totally unique and easily rec
'Historic Maori Carving, Otago Museum, New Zealand' Photographic Print - David Wall | Art.com
Historic Maori Carving, Otago Museum, New Zealand Photographic Print by David Wall. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Maori tats rulz: Photo
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Tribal Comb | Tribal hair Comb | Pacific Island Tribal Comb
This article looks at the various types of tribal comb from the Pacific Islands. It has images to help readers identify where a tribal hair comb comes from and what it is worth. Some tribal combs are quite beautiful in their own right and are a collectible form of tribal art.
Realisations (Public Auctions) / Maori - Artefacts
Dunbar Sloane / African, Oceanic and Maori Artefacts - 01/08/2019 / African, Oceanic and Maori Artefacts / Lot 1530. African, Oceanic and Maori Artefacts n\A Pre C19th Maori Carved Wooden Taiaha. Of unusually long length, haehae and pakati decoration to tongue, oval paua shell eyes to stylised mask. Squared base. L.192cm. Y2713