42 ¾” length. Cane haft with finely stippled decoration below the joints and fine split cane woven socket encased in pitch. Wood point intricately carved in angular abstractions with attractive contrasting coloration. Two woven split cane bands (one damaged). Bone point with the hollow containing poison or noxious material. Bone completely untouched and undamaged. Charming and colorful example of early New Guinea art and weaponry.