Taiaha

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A commissioned for presentation item - wooden (rata wood). The top has a carved spear shaped head with paua shell eyes. There are fibre strands – dyed red at the top, bound to top of taiaha. It gradually widens into a double edged striking blade. The surface has been polished. There is an inscription on the blade “This Taiaha has been donated to the Waimate Savage Club from the Lundon family. In memory of Ex Great Chief Jim Lundon. A member of the Waimate Savage Club from 1938 to 1983. Has a cardboard label with information about the taiaha design.


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