|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from W. O. Oldman, 1912|
|Other Number:||797 - Other Number|
CG031189-8059 - Found in Collection Number
Feather cloak (kahu huruhuru). Made by traditional twining technnique, but apparently not of flax. Fringe for 9-9.5 cm. at corners of top end, rest turned under. Black wool yarn along sides. Short feathers: orange, red, iridescent green/blue, white. The green/blue feathers form four broad zig-zag stripes. The orange feathers are from kaka (parrot) underwing, the red feathers from kaka belly, the blackish-blue feathers are tui body feathers.
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