Objects & jewellery traditionally of Maori heritage are, in the hands of New Zealand artist Matthew McIntyre Wilson, woven with silver & copper. Images here are from numerous sites.

Matthew McIntyre Wilson uses raranga whakairo (Maori plaiting patterns) /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

“Whetu” Brooches Small: oxidised fine silver & sterling silver /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

“Whetu Raranga” Brooches 2012: copper, fine silver & oxidised sterling silver /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

“Whetu”  Brooches 2012: oxidised fine silver & sterling silver /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

“Kete”  2012: copper & fine silver /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Armbands 2012: copper, fine silver /

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Armbands: copper, fine silver /

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Hieke:  copper, pvc /

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Kete: silver and copper

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The Price of Change Brooches: coins, sterling silver /

Koru Māhanga Wall panel: copper /

Kete Object, 2015: copper /

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Hīnaki – installation view: copper /

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Hīnaki (detail) Object: woven copper /

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Untitled Hinaki 2007: woven copper /

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