Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
View of a woman standing holding her hands in front of her - she maybe a taupou (the daughter of a chief). She has a selu tuiga (headcomb) and flowers in her long, clipped-up hair. This woman is wearing a shiny satin bodice with lace trim, flowers on each shoulder and three white buttons visible. She also wears a skirt of 'ie toga (fine matting), a titi (overskirt) and a sparkly choker.