Freestanding or Wall Hanging Tiki Wood Carving with Paua Eyes inlay.
Tiki: Tiki has a variety of meanings according to different tribes. One of the most common mythologies of Tiki is that he was the first man on earth created by the god called Tumatauenga, one of the sons of Father sky and Mother earth.
Hei-Tiki means hanging tiki, and many people wear these or have them on their wall.
Approx: 14cm tall.
Made in New Zealand
As each piece is individually carved there will be some minor variations in colour, size and detail.
Over the last 50 years Wood Masters Ltd has diversified from furniture making to producing high class wooden souvenirs and 21st keys here in Rotorua. We have successfully combined Whakairo (the Art of Maori Carving) with fine European craftsmanship to represent New Zealand’s unique cultural heritage in our high quality work, using locally trained carvers with traditional techniques alongside other expert woodworkers with different technical skills. Our concern for the environment and a sense of Kaitiakitanga (stewardship) guides us in the careful selection of renewable timbers and careful handling of waste products.
Please note: This product is also being sold in our physical shop. As much as we try to keep stock up to date on our website, we may get it wrong. If we are out of stock we will either get it in for you or refund you. If you would like to check before purchasing that we have it available, please call us on 04-380 9689.