This patu onewa, dark stone "club," is a "classic" example. It has a tear-drop shape, the end of the handle has a large bi-conically drilled hole and the handle decoration on the flared end is in the form of three concentric raised ridges and one center ridge on the end. It appears to have been made traditionally with primitive tools. The surface has a good polish and a heavy patina. An old tag that was attached to it reads, "NEW ZEALAND, Found in a London shop W. L. Waters." This patu onewa is made of a slightly greenish colored dark-stone, known as greywacke. It measures 12 7/8 inches (32.7 cm) long, 3 5/8 inches (9.2 cm) wide and 11/16 inch (1.7 cm) thick at the center of the blade.