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Manu Tukutuku HC153

A manu tukutuku made of toitoi, raupo and harakeke. The toitoi is used to construct the frame, raupo is used for the body of the kite and harakeke is used to bind it together.

Maori kites were generally made by all people for the purpose of recreation.

date: 2009


artist/maker: Waiariki Flavell

maximum dimension:
 850mm

 

subject area: PE & Health, Technology, Maori & Pacifica

 

subject themes: Recreation, Maori, Childhood

 

handling collection number: HC153

Manu Tukutuku HC153
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