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Candlewick kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at 13 mm intervals. Four whenu to every 10 mm. Feathers woven in every fifth whenu, which are arranged in horizontal patterns.
Accession No
A79.596

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Long kiekie strands (300 mm) have been folded and woven into kaupapa. Three whenu to every 10 mm. Aho spaced at every 45 mm intervals. Black and natural in colour. Two ties.
Accession No
A79.769

Name/Title
Rectangular shape kete made from harakeke. Taki-tahi pattern, Open weave. Whiri inside top and bottom edge. Kete used to gather mataitai (sea food) or taewa(potato).
Accession No
A79.800

Name/Title
Large kete made from harakeke. Taki-tahi pattern. Open weave. Whiri inside top and bottom edge. Two handles. Kete used to collect kaimoana or taewa.
Accession No
A79.839

Name/Title
A small rectangular shape kete made from boiled harakeke. Taki-rua weave and Paepae design. No bottom weave. Very finely woven. Muka handles
Accession No
A79.882

Name/Title
Rectangular shape kete made from Tii kouka. Dark honey colour. Five Paepae lines running horizontally and Taki-pai running vertically. Whatu weave along top and bottom edge. Finely woven. Two muka handles.
Accession No
A79.893

Name/Title
Square shape taniko bag made from muka. Natural, paru(black) and tanekaha(brown) colours. Niho mango pattern. Muka tassels on outer-edges. Muka handles with pompom attachments.
Accession No
A79.899

Name/Title
Small rectangular kete made from boiled harakeke. Natural colour. Paepae pattern. Patahi weave on bottom edge. Whiri on inside of top and bottom edge. Pointed serrated edges also on top. Muka handle(broken) with pompom attachments. Possibly a jewellery purse?
Accession No
A79.912

Name/Title
Large rectangular kete made from harakeke. Taki-tahi open weave. Thick whiri top edge and handles. Kete made to gather food.
Accession No
A79.937

Name/Title
Square shape harakeke kete. Natural and purple colours. Two patterns, first is purple outlining Patikitiki pattern the second is Paepae. No Bottom weave. Whiri along top edge, which is pointed. Two handles.
Accession No
A79.942

Name/Title
Candle kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Aho made from muka spaced at 10 mm. Five whenu to every 10 mm. Brown and grey wool around all edges and along the top of the bottom border. Feathers have shattered all over leaving only stalks in some areas. Feathers remain only along bottom. Two black wool ties.
Accession No
A79.945

Name/Title
A small korowai made from candlewick woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at approx 15mm intervals. Five whenu to every 10mm.
Side and hem decorated in paheke and paheke variation. Orange, red, blue and white wool along two sides edges.
Black hukahuka, ngore (pompoms) and feathers in tufts (pekerangi) and two pink ties along top edge. Rooster feathers woven into kaupapa.
Accession No
A79.946

Name/Title
Candlewick kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Aho spaced at 5-8 mm intervals. Six whenu to every 10 mm. Black hukahuka along top edge (kurupatu) and in middle of kaupapa. 75 % of hukahuka shattered leaving only stubs in some areas. Most of the feathers around the edges have also worn away.
Accession No
A79.950

Name/Title
Candlewick kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at seven mm interals. Five whenu to every 10 mm. Wool hukahuka have been applied later and stitched with cotton. Hem and side edges are decorated with mixed feathers, these and the pink and purple wool edges have been woven at the time of making.
Accession No
A79.951

Name/Title
Candlewick kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Aho spaced at 8-10 mm intervals. Four whenu to every 10 mm. Black and natural colour muka along top edge. Kiwi feathers used but approx 90% of feathers have shattered and only small amount remain. One thin tie.
Accession No
A79.952

Name/Title
Candlewick kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Aho spaced at 8 mm intervals. Four whenu to every 10 mm. Large amount of feathers have worn away. Feathers remain only around edges. Thick plait along top edge and two wool ties.
Accession No
A79.953

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at seven mm intervals. Seven whenu to every 10 mm. Feathers arranged in white and blue/black rectangles (Mumu design) with Kiwi side edges. Backing support has been added.
Accession No
A79.959

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at 10 mm. Five-six whenu spaced at 10mm intervals. Black undressed harakeke on front with some natural coloured strands scattered in some areas. On one half of front-side there appears to be different strands of harakeke. Very worn and fragile.
Accession No
A79.964

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Four whenu to every 10 mm. Aho spaced at every 10 mm intervals. A mixture of hukahuka and karure (tight and loosely twisted treads). Neck is trimmed with kurupatu approx 200 mm long. The hem and side edges are decorated with rectangles of paheke worked in natural and dyed muka.
Accession No
A79.967

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa worked in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at 20 mm intervals. Six whenu to every 10mm. Hatchings of natural semi-dressed (haku) flax with some squares of black and brown. Strands approx 80mm in length have been folded in half and woven into kaupapa on one whenu only. A thick fringe neck approx 80mm deep, which has been finished with thick four plait. The entire back is covered with reinforcing
Accession No
A79.968

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-tahi. Four whenu to every 10 mm. Aho spaced at 20 mm intervals. Dyed muka hukahuka lie flat at neck edge and are spaced over kaupapa. The side and hem edges are decorated with looped muka.
Accession No
A79.971

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Six whenu to every 10 mm. Aho spaced at nine mm intervals. Kaupapa decorated with karure. This korowai is unusual in that the top of the item is narrower than the hem. This could be accounted for by the weave which changes from whatu-aho-rua to whatu-aho-tahi 30 rows from the neck edge. backing support has been added
Accession No
A79.986

Name/Title
Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at 7-8 mm apart. 7 whenu to every 10 mm. Hukahuka in diamond shaped patterns . Kurupatu along edge of cloak. Green purple yellow and blue wool along base.
Accession No
A79.990

Muka kaupapa woven in horizontal rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at 15 mm apart. 8 whenu to every 10 mm. Taniko pattern along bottom edge and two sides. Blue, pale yellow, cream and red triangles and arawhata/poutama designs. White and blue wool along hem.
Accession No
A79.993

Muka kaupapa woven in vertical rows of whatu-aho-rua. Aho spaced at six mm intervals. Seven whenu to every 10 mm. A broad band of Taniko along hem worked in dyed muka and red wool - ten whenu to every 10 mm. Taniko patterns include Waharua, Kopito and Patikitiki with dividing lines of Haehae. Two narrow borders of Taniko worked in dyed muka and red wool at each side edge - nine whenu to every 10mm. Large triangles of Aonui divided by Haehae makes up the pattern Aramoana (the path to the sea).
Accession No
A79.995
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