Design style: axe [ TOKI ] Material used: bovine bone, wax rope (adjustable length) Work size: 50 x 18 mm TOKI meaning: Toki is a symbol of strength. Toki is a daily tool used by Maori for cutting and excavation, and is a tool used by Maori chieftains for religious ceremonies. All Maori designs have magical elements that add to the pendant or human life and spiritual energy. Maori believe that skilled carving techniques engrave complex Maori cultural elements on TOKI and enhance TOKI's mana energy! In the powerful Maori tribe, TOKI is only allowed to be worn on the tribal leader. It is said that the tribal leader can be connected with the power of TOKI to enhance life. TOKI like a blade or an axe, representing strength! Please read our trading policy in detail when ordering, so as to avoid unnecessary disputes: PS. This shop provides free shipping, such as urgent use or want to determine the time limit for receiving goods, you can contact the owner, upgrade the shipping method (the freight needs to be paid by the buyer, please understand) Because the bovine bone material does not use bleach, it will be safer to wear, so each bovine pendant is not the same color, but the style is the same, mind the purchase is cautious.