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Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Evolution Of Maori Clothing. Part IX, By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. Buck) P

Copper Kete. Maori traditionally used native flax to weave kete [basket]. This modern interpretation is in copper.

Maori traditionally used native flax to weave kete [basket]. This modern interpretation is in copper.

#etipuaana  Standard Paua combo  Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

Standard Paua combo Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me.  One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

New Zealand and basketry

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me. One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

Maori greenstone Kete (basket) Harakeke (flax) necklace, a bunch of 8.

Maori greenstone Kete (basket) Harakeke (flax) necklace, a bunch of

E Tipu Ana Potae (hat)  Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

E Tipu Ana Potae (hat) Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

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