Feather, plant (olona)
168.5 x 283.5 cm
This ahuula was in the possession of the Joy family. It was purchased for the Bishop Museum in 1912. It is made up of red iiwi (Vestiaria coccinea) feathers, and yellow oo (Moho spp.) feathers. It has a background of red iiwi. A band of yellow oo runs along the lower border. Three pairs of yellow oo triangles run along the front edges. Three semicircles of yellow oo run along the neckline. Its net backing is made of olona (Touchardia latifolia) fiber.
This object is associated with Joy