This handmade Traditional Hawaiian Lei O Mano made of Big Island Koa wood. Each piece is unique and might vary from images. Features 16 shark teeth and is a perfect collectors item for those into Polynesian artwork.
NOTE: Lei O Mano is a shark-toothed club used by various Polynesian cultures, but mostly by the native Hawaiians. It is also a word in the Hawaiian language and may have been derived from lei o mano, which means “a shark’s lei.
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