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Akua Kai Tiki | Kona Style Replica 20" (Natural or Stained)


Akua Kai Hawaiian Museum Replica measuring 20 inches tall, hand carved from solid monkey pod wood. The image is possibly one of the finest Kona-Style images, presenting all of the dynamic qualities of the style and the abstraction of the headdress, hair and eyes, which in this instance are triangular, faceted elements set into the hair pattern. Original: Pitt-Rivers Museum

  • Tiki: Akua Kai - Kona Style
  • Size: 20 inches tall
  • Wood: Monkey Pod
  • Original: Pitt-Rivers Museum
  • Finish: Stained and Natural
Manifestations of Mana are what Polynesian sculptors' desire most, and Mana is not easy to define. It is most commonly defined as "power" but it also means dignity, serenity. It sometimes means bravery and often implies humor and pride. But there is no evil, no cruelty in Mana.