War Club Gugu 40 Inch
> The Warclub was the Fijian warriors favourite weapon; he was rarely without it whether at war or at peace. Many of the designs carved on the clubs are borrowed from Fijian body art and could indicate an individual’s identity from the combination of designs and Motifs.
> Gugu club is related to the Sali club but has no spur and the cheeks were carved in a particular way to resemble the form of the butterfly fish (gugu) after which it was named. They were mostly used in dance and cermony rather than for warfare.
> This unique piece is hand carved with Vesi Wood, which is scientifically named as Intsia bijuga and of size 24 inches.
> A beautiful piece which can be part of your home decor or a gift for someone.
JackÂs The Original products are individually hand-crafted by local artisans using the best available materials. Each piece is unique and may have slight variations in size, shape, colour and finish.
Clubs can be preserved for many years, provided that they are given some basic care and attention.
Â Avoid direct sunlight or bright lights, which can fade finishes and colours.
Â Avoid placing near a fireplace or other heat source.
Â Avoid cleaning with harsh chemicals, simply wipe gently with a damp cloth or dust with a clean, natural bristle brush.
Â May be polished with wood wax or neutral polish monthly.