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A traditional Māori instrument hand carved from wood - these are beautiful and visually fascinating display piece.
This is a fully functioning instrument which traditionally was used to communicate over long distance. Swung around the head the blade produces a deep buzzing sound which can be altered by changing the speed and angle of rotation.
They are sometimes called rangorango after a local fly that makes a distinctive buzzing sound when it flies.
Material: Blade - Native New Zealand Totara; Handle New Zealand Manuka
Artist: Simon Madgwick
Size: 300mm (11.8") long