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Maori Tribal "Chief's" Staff or Walking Stick


Maori Tribal "Chief's" staff or walking stick. This very finely carved staff or walking stick has an excellent deep reddish-brown patina. The top section is dominated by a finely-rendered ancestor figure. The figure has extensive facial and body tattooing. Free shipping within the United States and Canada.


  • Place of origin
    New Zealand
  • Date of manufacture
    Circa 1900
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 48 in. x W 1.5 in. x D 5 in.

    H 121.92 cm x W 3.81 cm x D 12.7 cm

  • Seller location
    Hamilton, CA
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