Kapeu

High rank.  Traditional forms, each with their own story and symbolism in Maori culture.

Kapeu

The Kapeu was generally regarded as a female piece; some believing these were worn by mothers for use as teething stones for babies.  Also worn as an earring, It was highly prized and a sign of high rank in Māori society

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