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Te Kanawa, Kahutoi (1986) Kete. Publisher UNSPECIFIED.

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This image is of a kete (basket) made by Kahutoi Te Kanawa. It took approximately 3 months to make. It is made from muka (harakeke (phormium tenax, flax) fibres) and peacock feathers. This kete has been exhibited at the Pataka Museum in Porirura, the Bathhouse Museum in Rotorua, the Auckland War Memorial Museum and in America. This kete was gifted to Tina Wirihana by Kahutoi and is now in the possession of Christina Wirihna.

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Additional Information:This image is the copyright of Kahutoi Te Kanawa. Permission has been granted for people to use these images for private use only as long as the appropriate references are made. If you would like to use this image in formal publications please contact the administrator for this item, Karyn Paringatai by email, karyn.paringatai@stonebow.otago.ac.nz
Uncontrolled Keywords:weaving, kete, kete muka, muka, harakeke, peacock feathers, Kahutoi Te Kanawa
Publication Types:Image
Subjects:N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
ID Code:26
Deposited By:Karyn Paringatai
Deposited On:23 May 2006

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