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.

Kete Whakairo – Tātai Whetū ki te Rangi by Sonia Snowden, Māori artist (K120801)

Kete Whakairo – Tātai Whetū ki te Rangi by Sonia Snowden, Māori artist

Object: Kete kiwi (feather bag) | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Object: Kete kiwi (feather bag) | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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Kete Tāniko by Christina Hurihia Wirihana, Māori artist

Kete: Beautiful feather trimmed kete in autumn colors.

Kete: Beautiful feather trimmed kete in autumn colors.

#etipuana  Combo  Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

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

Bag made of woven flax, green, orange and white feathers (chicken and parrot?). Two plaited handles.

Bag made of woven flax, green, orange and white feathers (chicken and parrot? Two plaited handles.

Matariki Gallery Maori Art, Giftware, Bone Jade and Wood Carvings from New Zealand.Kete Muka - Created by Rita Baker Made of 98% Harakeke (New Zealand flax),made of the Flax fibre, the other 2% are feathers, a real piece of art in traditional Maori style.

Matariki Gallery Maori Art, Giftware, Bone Jade and Wood Carvings from New Zealand.

Anna Gedson Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Framed Three Coloured Kete

Anna Gedson Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Framed Three Coloured Kete

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