This short club was a thrusting weapon used in close hand-to-hand combat. It was usually made of whalebone or wood. Its name means to cut or divide the liver most likely named for its resemblance to the lobed part of a human liver. Maori chiefs often held this weapon while giving speeches.Genuine West Coast Flower Jade Pounamu carved by Aden. Includes a waxed cord, kete (bag) and a detailed description of the meaning of the carving.
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