Rootstock, vunikau vividrasa club with elaborate tricolour binding evoking a snake. Rootstock clubs often have coconut fibre windings, pandanus binding or the application of red textiles to the neck which indicates that they may have been a central part of the more Melanesian culture of Colo, the interior highland region of Viti Levu. the decoration also implies that they were used for ceremonial purposes as well as practical everyday use.
|Full Name||rootstock club|
|Collection class||Arms and armour|
|Production year high||1925|
|Function detail||used to thrust into the opponent’s body, as well as to crush his head|