A crude crescent-shaped mata’a. This was not used as a weapon but a scraping and cutting tool. Many mata’a were made from obsidian and were designed to be multi-purpose tools.
|Simple Name||cutting blade|
|Full Name||cutting blade|
|Material||wood; ?flint; fibre|
|Collection class||Tools for farm and craft|
|Production county||Rapa Nui (Easter Island)|
|Production continent||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Production year high||1913|