- Museum number
Feeding funnel (korere) made of wood for use during tattooing. Finely carved exterior surface.
- Production date
- 18thC-19thC(early) (before 1869)
Height: 14.50 centimetres (bowl upwards)
Height: 11.50 centimetres (standing on bowl)
Length: 15.50 centimetres
Depth: 11.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Comments by Roger Neich: Hokianga, early 19th century.
Comments by Dorota Starzecka: Northland 18th century.
Original registration slip:
'N. Zealand. Funnel, made of wood and carved all over on the outside. It is used for feeding Chiefs whilst undergoing tattoing'.
- On display (G1/wp97)
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
CDMS number: Oc186?C1.1913 (old CDMS no.)