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Fine Cook Island Stool No'oanga. Fine proportions, rising from four legs, each with teardrop-shaped feet and a faceted edge beneath elegantly curved legs, supporting the arching rectangular seat; mid-brown patina. Length 47 cm, Height 16 cm. Provenance: T.

A Mangia Island adze, Cook Islands, 19th century; finely carved on custom made stand. 68 cm

A Cook Islands ceremonial adze, Mangaia Island, handle carved in four square stems joint at top and bottom, carved with typical double triangle motif, with anvil shaped black basalt axe, 90 cm total length. Provenance: acquired from an Old English collecti

A good old Mangaia, Cook Islands ceremonial turret hafted adze, traditional finely carved columnar square section pedestal, each face composed of square panels, intricately carved with geometric repeating patterns, the top flared section with plaited fibre

A good old Mangaia, Cook Islands ceremonial turret hafted adze, traditional finely carved columnar square section pedestal, each face composed of square panels, intricately carved with geometric repeating patterns, the top flared section with plaited fibre

A good old mangaia, Cook Islands ruatangaeo (ceremonial turret hafted adze), traditional finely carved columnar square section pedestal, each face composed of square panels, intricately carved with geometric repeating patterns, the top flared section with

Oe - paddle, fine palmwood paddle in traditional form with carved inscription to head 'To'. Cook Islands. Length 156 cm. Width 14 cm

Calcite traditional pounder with rounded cross-section, bulbous body tapering to flared turret top. Mangaia, Cook Islands. Height 15.5 cm. Diameter 10.5 cm

Cook Islands 22ct Gold One Hundred dollar Coin Km.16 1976, United States Bicentennial, in 'Franklin Mint' case with 'Certificate of Authenticity' 2.7 cm diameter

Cook Islands 22ct Gold One Hundred dollar Coin Km.13 1975, Elizabeth II, Bicentennial of Return of Captain Cook from Second Pacific Voyage, in 'Franklin Mint' case with 'Certificate of Authenticity' 2.6 cm diameter

Cook Islands Chief's stool of generous proportions, with an arching rectangular shaped seat raised on four carved legs from elliptical shaped feet. Length 47 cm

Superb style 19th century Cook Island stool with good patina and ogee style feet. Height 9.5 cm. Width 35.5 cm.

Finely carved 19th century Mangaia ceremonial adze, the wood base of quadrangular pedestal form, each face composed of square panels, intricately carved with geometric patterns, domed section above surmounted by the stone hafted adze secured with plaited l

Early 19th century Cook Island wooden (Atiu) Chief's stool, with original fine plated sennet cord on two legs (used for hanging). Width 44 cm. Height 15 cm. Diameter 20 cm.

Mangaia Island adze handle, a wooden turret-shaped base with intricate geometric motifs overall and a bound head (missing blade) ; holding a small piece of shark skin at top. Light-brown patina. 19th century. Height 44 cm

Cook Island fan, a very rare type with spade-shaped head and finely woven handle. Rarotonga, circa 1900. Length 44 cm. Width 31 cm

Fine Cook Island stool, no'oanga, of fine proportions, rising from four legs, each with teardrop-shaped feet and a faceted edge beneath elegantly curved legs, supporting the arching rectangular seat; fine, aged, slightly reddish-brown patina. Length 46 cm.

A Cook Islands Tiv'v' taorei (postage stamp) cotton patchwork heirloom quilt decorated with a floral cross on a bold background in bright tropical colours. Length 260 cm. Width 250 cm pre1950's

A Cook Islands Tiv'v' tataura bed cover— the hibiscus flower applique decoration with variegated thread embroidery in colours of blue, turquoise, red and green on a pink ground. Width 240 cm. Length 274 cm 1960's

Cook Islands carved wooden God figure with three smaller figures on the abdomen. H. 76 cm

Finely carved 19th century Mangaia ceremonial adze the wood base of quadrangular pedestal form, each face composed of square panels, intricately carved with geometric patterns, domed section above surmounted by the stone hafted adze secured with plaited la

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