Feather, plant (olona)
This ahuula was originally owned by David & Kamaa Malo. It was passed on to their daughter Emma Kapena, who left it to Leihulu Clark, her daughter. Leihulu left it to her husband Henry Clark, who passed it on to his mother, Mrs. C. Clark. Mrs. Clark then passed it onto W.F. Dillingham. It is made up of red iiwi (Vestiaria coccinea) and black and yellow oo (Moho spp.) feathers. It has a background of yellow oo. A large crescent of red iiwi fills the central position. An elaborate design of triangles and curves done in red iiwi and black and yellow oo fill the neckline and front edges. Its net backing is made up of olona (Touchardia latifolia) fiber.
This object is associated with Malo