Hamoterangi
Hamoterangi
Hamoterangi
Hamoterangi

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Hamoterangi

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6-7cm including hook Made from hand crafted  up-cycled rubber, with silver plated hook and hardware. All rubber is washed and sealed with water based eco friendly sealant, Every piece is one of a kind.... 

 

 

Ko Porou koa!

Ko Hamo te wahine koa!

Ko Tahu koa!

Ko Hamo te wahine koa!

Nana i tohatoha ki Niu Tireni ka hipoki!

 

The ancestors of Hamoterangi arrived in a canoe called Te Ikaroa-a-Rauru. This is another canoe of Ngāti Porou. Porourangi married Hamoterangi and together they had three children. The eldest was Hau, followed by Ueroa, followed by a daughter named Rongomaianiwaniwa. From Hau came Ngati Porou, from Ueroa came the genealogical link between Ngati Porou and Ngati Kahungunu, Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki, and Tainui-Waikato, through Mahinarangi. Rongomaianiwaniwa is the genealogical link between Rongowhakaata and Ngati Porou. Kehutikoparae, daughter of Hau and Takotowaimua, married Manutangirua, her nephew. They give birth to Hingangaroa, who married Iranui, Kahungunu‟s sister. They had three sons. Taua (of Te Whanau-a-Apanui), Mahaki-Ewe-Karoro, and Hauiti (of Ngati Porou). Hamoterangi lived at Titirangi Pa, where her descendants would frequently return. On the death of Porourangi, Hamoterangi married Tahupotiki, Porourangi’s younger brother.

 

 Some earrings may have original tube branding and seam lines on them.