Here is an intimidating Hawaiian spear made out of KOA with a blue marlin bill also known as pahoa i a me lei-o-mano. This beautiful piece of art is 88" long by 2" thick, the wood used for this specific item is Koa and has woven loops of sennit rope from Fiji also called olona (a Hawaiian shrub, the bark of which was valued as a source of strong, durable fiber). The spear can either be hung or mounted.
* Made In Hawaii
* Brown and black feathers
* Sennit rope from Fiji, bull shark teeth, rooster feathers
* Size: 88" X 3" X 2" (size of the marlin bill is 14", koa shaft is 74" X 2")
* Traditional artifact
* Great conversation piece