Polynesian weapons are often gorgeous aesthetic objects whose refinement and beauty belie their brutal intent. This set of three classic Fijian examples is a case in point. The artist uses the natural root shapes for both their elegance and ability to inflict pain. The left and right examples come from the T. L. Blythe Collection and the middle from a private San Francisco collection. They are all mid 19th century or before, are 40-3/8" (102.7cm), 43-3/4" (111.1cm), 38-1/2" (97.8cm) in height, left is sold and middle and right are $2000 each.Questions?