OTHER CARVINGS

  • 2KT2 - Carved Two Koru Trophy Hand Carved
    Hand Carved Two Koru Trophy Hand Carved. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    310mm x 110mm
  • B1 - Carved Box Round Lid
    Maori Hand-Carved box, with rounded, hinged lid. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    120mm x 90mm
  •  B2 - Small Carved Box
    Maori Hand-Carved box, with hinged lid. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    135mm x 110mm
  • B3 - Medium Carved Box
    Maori Hand-Carved medium box, with hinged lid. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    200mm x 110mm
  •  KWS - Koauau
    Authentic, hand-carved and stained koauau (Maori flute) on base. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    150mm x 40mm
  • P3 - Warrior Profile
    Maori Hand-Carved Side profile depiction of typical Maori warrior. This popular piece has been hand-painted to highlight the moko (facial tattoo). Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    240mm x 135mm
  •  HK1 - Medium Hook
    This hand-carved hook is based on Maui's hook, which, in Maori mythology, was used to "fish up" the North Island of New Zealand. The hook is seen as a symbol of abundance and plenty. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    380mm x 150mm
  • HK2 - Large Hook
    This hand-carved hook is based on Maui's hook, which, in Maori mythology, was used to "fish up" the North Island of New Zealand. The hook is seen as a symbol of abundance and plenty. Made from Native Timber. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
  • PUSmall - Small Putatara
    The putatara is a conch shell trumpet. These instruments were used for a variety of roles from signalling to ceremonial uses. Maori legend has it that when Tane descended from the heavens carrying the 3 baskets of knowledge gifted from his father Rangi, he left behind a putatara as a koha (gift). The two main components are shell and wood. The shell represents Tangaroa (God of the ocean) and the wood, Tane Mahuta (God of the forest). Putatara form an important part of Maori practises and beliefs. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver.
    210mm x 130mm x 90mm
  •  PR1 - Pare Door Lintel
    Maori Hand-Carved Pare. Made from Native Timber. Pare are carved showing ancestral events and are fixed above doorways in meeting houses, both as a reminder of one's forebears and as a sign of good fortune. *Please note carvings can vary depending on the carver*
    570mm x 100mm