Leiomano & Polynesian Art

Makana Hut features these Hawaiian Leiomano's and Clubs that have been hand made out of monkey pod wood (Acacia).

Leiomano is a Hawaiian word derived from lei o mano, which means "A SHARK'S LEI".

This Hawaiian Leiomano pictured below measures 20" and has 18 shark teeth. Made of Acacia wood and features a rope with rooster feathers. Great Hawaiian decor.

This Hawaiian Shark Tooth Dagger is the perfect Polynesian Wall Art, shaped like a tear drop made of acacia Koa, featuring a rope with rooster’s feathers. This beautiful piece measures 19″ long and 7.5 inches wide. There are a total of 18 authentic tiger shark teeth.

Makana Hut offers this Lei-O-Mano or Hawaiian Shark Teeth is made out of stained monkey pod. This piece is 15″ long. There are a total of 17 authentic tiger shark teeth, the wood used for this specific item is also made of Acacia Koa.

These have been used by various Polynesian cultures, but mostly by the Native Hawaiians. Check out all of our Polynesian Weapons/Art.

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