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An early 20thC Māori carved tewhatewha by Henry Evan Lloyd,

Realised: $520 plus premium

Current Bid $520 (2 bids, reserve met)
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Lot Details

with double spiral and notch carved small blade and mildly tapered shaft. L.1100mm. Note: Henry Evan Lloyd, architect and builder from Manaia was the brother of Trevor Lloyd, an Auckland cartoonist, artist and noted collector of Māori artefacts. It is recorded that around 1914 Henry started carving Māori designs on everything in wood around his home and garden, including plant holders, a fire screen, clock case, lamp stand, front gates and a summerhouse whare. He inspired his brother, Trevor, to decorate their houses in a similar style. Provenance: By family descent. From the collection of Henry Lloyd's great granddaughter.