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Brooch: Eight-pointed star made of interwoven bright orange satin-type ribbon. Miniature kilt pin attached by thread on reverse. Component part of an installation, Nga Whatu Piataata, by the maker.

Ngā whakamārama -

  • Title


  • Maker

    Areta Wilkinson

  • Date made


  • Subject

    Brooch, Clothing pin, Matariki, Personal adornment, Jewellery, Fine Arts - Toi

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Tairāwhiti Museum

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Tairāwhiti Museum

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