One of the greatest Maori carvers created this Heru comb. Pataromu Tamatea. It sold on ebay for $1825.                                                                                                                                                     More

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

Pounamu (New Zealand Jade) Maori Toki by master artist Tyson Lynes.   The toki is the blade of and adze with which the great war canoes were carved from giant trees so is said to represent a crafts person or artist.     www.boneart.co.nz                                                                                                                                                     More

Pounamu (New Zealand Jade) Maori Toki by master artist Tyson Lynes. The toki is the blade of and axe with which the great war canoes were carved from giant trees so is said to represent a crafts person or artist.

Maori warrior face, photography by georginatekurio #polynesian #tattoo                                                                                                                                                     More

Tatuajes maoríes: motivos, influencia y significado

Good structure, strong eyes Maori warrior face, photography by georginatekurio

onesian.com Art inspired by the Maori new year Matariki, and star cluster, also a dedication to the beauty that is our Maori wahine.    I wanted to give the artwork a celestial feel, not like gods, but apart of the stars and systems, a synergy within. giving you that sense of scope and scale

Seven Sisters 1 (Matariki 'Seven Sisters' collection) by Allen Villi (Onesian).

National Anthem - korero/speak Maori                                                                                                                                                     More

National Anthem - korero/speak Maori Personal use - Need to learn the Anthem in Māori too

Maori Warclub - New Zealand ....                                                                                                                                                     More

TT: Borrowing Trouble

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).

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