A traditional art form of Hawaii and South Pacific Polynesian islanders, "tiki" masks and figurines were used in ceremony and decor to ward away evil spirits with their fearsome demeanor.
This carved wood and brushed plaster mask statuette is an ideal patron of the party, frightening away troubles and cares to make room for celebration!
Comes in each of the styles of the 4 great mythological Hawaiian tiki gods: Ku, Kanaloa, Kane and Lono.
The Four Great Hawaiian Tiki Gods
Kane is the god of light and life. Kane is responsible for the creation of the universe and father of all other tiki gods and symbolized by the sun.
Lono is the god of fertility and peace. Lono is responsible for agriculture, food plants, music, rain & peace.
Kanaloa is the god of the seas. Kanaloa is the creator of land, teacher of magic and is symbolized by the squid. Kanaloa's wild spirit of the seas is often paired with Kane's complementary taming spirit of nature.
Ku is the god of strength and war. Ku is responsible for the forests and is the only great god to which human sacrifices were made during rituals.
The tiki mask statue features a hook for hanging on the wall or just stand on the bar top or table. PRODUCT FEATURES:
- This carved wood and brushed plaster tiki statuette is an ideal patron of the party, frightening away troubles and cares to make room for celebration!
- Comes in 1 of 4 assorted mask styles.
- 15 3/4" x 5 7/8" x 2 1/4"; Weighs 9.6 oz; Wood/Plaster; Hook for hanging.
- The tiki mask features a hook for hanging on the wall or stand on the bar top or table.
- Use the 7" walnut stand for added stability on shaky surfaces, sold separately.