Each Maori warrior is holding different weapons. The weapons are Tewhatewha, Kotiate, Taiaha and Patu.
- Tewhatewha, traditionally was only the weapon of a chief. It was used more as a device for communicating strategies and orders to the warriors that followed rather than a weapon.
- Kotiate is a a short club normally made of wood or whalebone
- Taiaha is the most common of Maori weapons, the main use of the taiaha was on the battle field, it is likened to the English three quarter staff only the taiaha never left the hands of the warrior.
- Patu is a hand club that was used in hand to hand combat.
Hand Painted White Metal Figurines are collectable items. The detail in these hand painted figurines is outstanding and they are truly something very special.
- Weight : 500g
- New Zealand Made