Tokelau art and craft

By Janice

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Tokelau art, Tokelau craft

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Image: Elders and men making craft objects.
Elders and men making craft objects.

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Canoe crafting site (malamala)
Canoe crafting site (malamala)

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Elders and men making craft objects.
Elders and men making craft objects.

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Elders and men making craft objects.
Elders and men making craft objects.

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Toeaina all together making village fishing net
Toeaina all together making village fishing net

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Canoe building: New tools used in old craft
Canoe building: New tools used in old craft

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Toeaina all together making village fishing net
Toeaina all together making village fishing net

The University of Auckland Library

Image: Toki-honihoni (adze)
Toki-honihoni (adze)

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Image: Tuluma (fishing tackle box)
Tuluma (fishing tackle box)

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Image: Toki (adze)
Toki (adze)

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Image: Peleni, Fakaofo, Tokelau 1971
Peleni, Fakaofo, Tokelau 1971

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Image: Paupaus (canoes), Tokelau Islands
Paupaus (canoes), Tokelau Islands

Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga

Image: Tokelau Islands, Rebuilding a Fale.
Tokelau Islands, Rebuilding a Fale.

Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga