Posted: January 27, 2014 Filed under: Articles, Teasers
A feathered standard, a kahili marked Hawaiian royalty.
In 1902, Jas. W. L. McGuire bought a kahili handle made of whale bone from a Hawaiian woman from Maui. She claimed that she found it in a cave, and that the kahili handle might be over two to three centuries old.
Read more about the kahili in “Double Kahili Handle.”