Kuka'ilimoku | Hawaii Museum Tiki 20"
This beautiful hand carved Kuka Ilimoku Ki'i (Tiki in Hawaiian) measuring 20 inches, made out of a single solid piece of monkey pod wood. Personal God of King Kamehameha The Great. Kamehameha gave this god credit for his success in uniting the islands of Hawai’i into one Kingdom.
Kamehameha established his personal God as Ku-Ka'ili-moku, as the principal deity of the kingdom and dedicated the temples (Kona District in late 1700's) in honor of this Tiki God.
Approximate Size: 20 inches till by 4-3/4 inches wide by 4-1/2 inches deep. The original is at Hawaii Museum, Hawai'i
NOTE: Ki'i (Tikis) varies in color and wood grain. Please note if you have a preference on which you want, look at all images