Maori Wahine Stacking Dolls

Māori Stacking Dolls

 

Here’s something we all remember, stacking dolls, with a unique Māori design representative of traditional Māori culture and traditions.

Make sure you buy the ones that are ‘Made in New Zealand’ to make sure they are genuine.

There is a few made elsewhere which lack the authenticity and the quality of true Māori dolls.

Maori Wahine Stacking Dolls

 

A set of wooden stacking dolls in the image of a Maori Wahine or girl. She is dressed in traditional costume with a tiki around her neck. The costume consists of Flax skirt and a feather cape which were used to combat the cold. These costumes are worn for special ceremonies today.

The stacking dolls set consists of four dolls each one smaller than the previous and they all neatly stack into each other exactly like Russian dolls. They are part of the Caroline Mitchell collection.

Size: The largest doll is 150mm (5 3/4 inches) tall by 65mm (2 1/2 inches) wide.

Maori Tiki Stacking Dolls

 

Large Tiki Stacking Doll

A set of wooden stacking dolls in the image of a Tradditional Maori Tiki.

Each of the Tiki is a different colour Blue, Green, Black and Red.

Each of the Tikis are decorated with traditional Maori designs and are holding a Mere (Maori weapon).

The stacking dolls set consists of four dolls each one smaller than the previous and they all neatly stack into each other exactly like Russian dolls. They are part of the Caroline Mitchell collection.

Size: The largest doll is 150mm (5 3/4 inches) tall by 65mm (2 1/2 inches) wide.

Where can you get these?


You can buy online from Silverfernz.com


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