Pahi (knife)

Wooden knives were implements used in different farming practices as well as food preparation.

Length: 11 1/2 inches, Appearance: Item looks like a long wooden knife with a short handle, Weight: 0.8 oz.  This particular item could have been a wooden dagger.  

Cultural Narrative: 

Usually a hole is in the middle or end of the pahi.  This was common in Hawaiian implements.  A cord was usually strung through the hole to secure the implement to the wrist.