basalt

Metate and grinder of stone. All used in Mexico or California by early Spanish families.

Three-footed, rectangular grinding stone, with slight concave surface (jm 3/96)

Stone masher, "Keatuki", Po-poi. Very good

"Name and provenience confirmed. Dr. K. Emory, 27-XII-62" (gray notebook)

"Stone masher, "Keatuki", Po-poi. (Valued $35.00 - 1955) Donald...

Sling shot, stone, very old. Place in Ed. Ex. Case 5/26/53

"The Marquesans didn`t really `hunt.' The staple was breadfruit and they also fished and raised pigs. The slings were mainly for...

Poi pounder, stone

"See Dilley Collection - poi pounders" (gray notebook)

"Classic Polynesian taro and breadfruit pounders made of coral and basalt." (J. Nason 9/93)

"Poi...

Image, double, "Tiki" or God, stone. Very rare. Storage: Polynesia

"There were two types of small human figures, single and double. They were used in handling the sick, and also as real...

Poi Pounder, stone. Carving not complete

"Polynesian taro and breadfruit pounder made of coral and basalt." (J. Nason 9/93)

"Double face carved on handle knob indicates Marquesas...

Poi pounder, trachyte rock

"Convex bottom, natural color, very heavy." (gray notebook)

"Ring type from Kauai, Hawaii' Dr. K. Emory, Bishop Museum, 27-XII-62" (gray notebook)

"...

Poi pounder. Larger is a finer spec.

"Three spec. listed, only two spec. found." (gray notebook)

"Name and provenience confirmed. Dr. K. Emory, Bishop Mus., 27-XII-62" (gray notebook...

Poi pounder. Larger is a finer spec.

"Three spec. listed, only two spec. found." (gray notebook)

"Name and provenience confirmed. Dr. K. Emory, Bishop Mus., 27-XII-62" (gray notebook...

poi pounder, trachyte rock

"Name & provenience confirmed. Dr. K. Emory, Bishop Museum, 27-XII-62" (gray notebook)

"Classic Polynesian taro and breadfruit pounders made of coral...

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