Pacific Carving House
Phone us on 0439 934 740 or email at info@pacificcarvinghouse.com
21st Carvings with stands


21st Niue design on a stand

$380.00


21st Island Turtle on frangipani shaped stand with photo frame

$400.00


21st Maori Whale Tail carving on a stand

$380.00


21st Maori Hook on stand with blue paua on stand

$370.00


21st Maori Pikorua on a stand

$360.00


21st Maori Pikorua stand and photo frame

$360.00


21st key Cook Island and Tahitian Pikoura on a turtle stand

$440.00


21st Maori Coloured paua Pikoura Carving

$370.00


21st Maori Triple Twist with Samoan designs on a stand

$380.00


21st Maori Fern on a stand

$340.00


21st key Cook Island Design with Samoan tanoa on a stand

$360.00


21st Samoan key Design in fern on a turtle stand

$340.00


Patu on Stand

 These types of short-handled clubs mainly used as a striking weapon. The blow administered with this weapon was a horizontal thrust straight from the shoulder at the enemy's temple. If the foe could be grasped by the hair then the patu would be driven up under the ribs or jaw. Patu were made from hardwood, whale bone, or stone. The most prestigious material for the patu was pounamu (greenstone). Patu made from pounamu were generally called "mere". Maori decorated the patu by carving into the wood, bone or stone. 

$190.00


21st Cook Island key Triple Twist Pikoura

$450.00


21st Maori Lady of Mystery on a stand with photo frame

$390.00

 6 Eiley Street  Runcorn Qld  4113