This club is massive and would to have been wielded by a very large and stout individual. Part of the aesthetic appeal to Polynesian weapons is the same sublime experience as staring off the edge of a cliff or watching a broad river slip over into the abyss of a waterfall—there is a power and danger that is enthralling. Such is the case with a beautifully carved weapon with such clear deadly intent. It allows the mind to wander, safely, into a realm of horrific violence. This classic “vunikau” rootstock club is extremely elegant with the twisting wood flowing into the rounded knobbed head. The patina is fantastic, as one would expect on such an ancient piece. The club dates to the early 19th century, is 44” (111.8 cm) in height ands sells for $4000. Questions?