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Toki poutangata

Gordon Roi Hatfield (1964 – Maori)

This is a Toki poutangata or ceremonial adze and is made by the famous Maori Gordon Roi Hatfield. It was held as a symbol of chiefly authority, while it primarily had a ceremonial function, it could also be used as a weapon. It is made from Jade stone and feathers from native NZ birds..
  • Maori
  • Gordon Toi Hatfield
  • Wood
Size: 38x32x13 cm
Price: € 3500
Financial lease: € 125 per month based on 36 months, include insurance