This 1405mm (55 1/4") long Maori Hiking or Walking Stick is called a tokotoko.
In Maori tradition, the Tokotoko (a ceremonial carved walking stick) is a symbol of the authority and the status of a speaker on the Maori marae (meeting ground), and it tells of the history from which that authority comes. The carving may represent an ancestor or a legend. I have fond memories of seeing great Maori orators swinging their tokotoko about to make a point in their speech.
This tokotoko is ideal for those who like to hold onto a staff to walk, or those who want a hiking stick.
The stick is handmade, hand carved in New Zealand, and is Maori made.
It is intricately carved at the top with a stylised face. The stick is made from the native Totara tree.
It has a rubber stopper at the lower end.
Beautifully carved from beautiful native timber, and shipped worldwide.
Shipping Times during Covid-19
Currently (January 2021), Airmail to Australia and the USA is taking about 5 weeks, and Airmail to the UK and Europe is taking 6-7 weeks. Airmail to South America is at least 8 weeks, and allow up to 12 weeks.
Economy Courier and Express Courier are up to 10 working days worldwide.
As always, we do not guarantee Airmail or Courier shipping times, as they are beyond our control.
Courier shipping times within New Zealand are approximately one working day to the North Island, 2 working days to the South Island (with an overnight option available at a different price), and up to 3 days to rural areas.
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