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7 results found with "2000"

Kete whakairo

Harakeke and kiekie plant fibres are long and strong enough to be dyed and woven into baskets and bags. In Māori legend, harakeke and kiekie were brothers who were separated...

Hsun ok

A hsun ok is a spire-lidded vessel used for offering food to monks (Isaacs 2000:234). Unfortunately, with this vessel the spire is missing. The container is made in the coiled...

Bag

A bag (kete) made from kiekie, a climbing plant. This would have originally been black but is faded somewhat....

Wall pocket

This wall-pocket was collected in the 1950s. It is made of woven vegetable fibre, locally sourced, with blue imported silk ribbon bow and decoration, and a brass hook fixed to the...

Basket

A hand-woven basket for holding chickens, likely for market use....

Hsun gwet

This object is a squat shaped black lacquered offering vessel. It stands on feet and is divided into six compartments. Each of the compartments is lacquered red on the inside....

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