NEW ZEALAND MAORI HAIR COMB Traditional and Contemporary Designs "WORN BY WARRIORS"
This beautiful Maori heru is expertly carved from cattle bone and measures 175mm tall by 40mm wide. It features a Koru (Spiral) design with stunning paua shell inlays. The heru has 4 long teeth and is a true work of art that reflects the rich culture and traditions of the Maori people. It is a unique and meaningful piece that would make a great addition to any collection.
A Maori Heru is a traditional comb used by Maori people of New Zealand. The heru is made of wood or bone, and is worn in the hair to keep it in place. It is often intricately carved with Maori motifs and symbols, and is considered a symbol of prestige and status among Maori people. The heru is also an important cultural artifact, with many Maori people wearing them on special occasions and during traditional dances.
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