Here is an important pair of doorjambs from a Maori meeting house, whakawae. These are pre-1879 and were purchased by Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers in November of 1899 from Frank Hyams and illustrated in the Pitt-Rivers Museum acquisition journal vol. 7, p. 2072. Subsequently they sold at Parke-Bernet auction in New York, 22 April 1965, lot 111. They feature four full figures, tiki, with paua shell eyes. The posts date to the 1860/70s, stand 68 ¼” (173.3 cm) and 67 ¾” (172.1 cm) in height. The price is available upon request. Questions?