Selecting, offering, cutting, chewing and spitting of Pua holds important ritualistic social bearing in the structure of Timorese Society and the Atoni have created a spectacular and varied betel nut accessory or paraphernalia around it.

Containers to hold the Betel and Sirih and Tobacco, different ones to hold the lime powder, cutters and mashers to help you keep right on chewing when your teeth are worn down from the corrosive effects of the lime powder and handwoven bags to keep it all in.