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Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone); Unknown; New Zealand; 097-1998-078-0001

Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone); Unknown; New Zealand; 097-1998-078-0001
Name/Title
Greywacke Māhē (sinker stone)
About this object
Oval in shape, with a hole that has been drilled through it. On the side of the numbers on the drilled hole, there is a large chunk of stone missing. The Māhē was used with a fishing net as a sinker stone.
Date Made
Unknown
Place Made
New Zealand
Subject and Association Keywords
Māhē
Sinker Stone
Medium and Materials
Greywacke
Measurements
Height (at highest point): 80mm
Width: 130mm
Length: 180mm

Collection
Maori: Taonga Collection
Credit Line
Unknown
Object Type
Māhē
Object number
097-1998-078-0001

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