Place: New Zealand
Media: Wood, shell, bone and flax cord
Dims: 1.25 x 4.25 in.
Date: mid-19th century
Description: Selected by student curator QootsVenma Denipah-Cook for his exhibition in the 2018 Eye Opener Hands-On exhibition. “I chose this for two reasons, the first being I enjoy fishing. It’s relaxing and a good way to relieve stress. The second is the inlaying of the shell was beautiful to me.”
RTC No: OC058
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