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Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone); Unknown; New Zealand; 094-1980-479-0001

Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone); Unknown; New Zealand; 094-1980-479-0001
Name/Title
Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone)
About this object
Oval in shape, has a large hole drilled all the way through. The stone has a large flaw in it.

Date Made
Unknown
Place Made
New Zealand
Subject and Association Keywords
Māhē
Sinker Stone
Motunau Beach
Subject and Association Description
Found on Motunau Beach, North Canterbury
Medium and Materials
Greywacke
Measurements
Height: 70mm
Width: 170mm
Length: 250mm

Collection
Maori: Taonga Collection
Credit Line
Unknown
Object Type
Māhē
Object number
094-1980-479-0001

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