Tiki Kanoloa Hawaii Museum 48" | #YDA11014120
Here is a beautiful Tiki measuring 48 inches tall, made out of solid wood. Tiki Kanaloa is mostly known as the Tiki of the ocean but also love. He is the god of fishing, who built the first fishpond in Hana. He is the god of husbandry and farming, represented by the 'o'o , the digging stick, which penetrates the earth and makes it fertile. He is the god of war and conflict, but also of resolution and healing." This is a beautiful piece of art! These Tikis were carved with great attention to details.