Pōhutukawa Tiki

NZ $90.00 incl GST

Pōhutukawa Tiki carved and inlaid with green glass featuring red glass eyes

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The tiki represents the human form, one's ancestors and one's birth, so it is a very powerful symbol of life and fertility in the Maōri culture. It links us to our whānau and our whenua, our family and our land.
This piece is carved into recycled pōhutukawa, and inlaid with a green glass body and red glass eyes.
See also our Red Gum tiki.

Indoors and outdoors

Dimensions: H250mm W250mm D100mm

All wall art comes with a hook attached, ready to hang

Made from recycled material and transformed into art

Our artwork and signs are hand finished so each piece is one of a kind. Other versions of the same design in stock may have minor variations in sizing, timber, colours etc. If your order comes through in a similar time frame to others for the same piece, we will offer you a similar one if we have one in stock, or we may be able to make a new one for you with the added benefit of small personal choice variations (to be discussed)


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