Kanaloa – Hawaiian God of the Sea
It represents safe travel on sea, air and land. Its often ritually used for cleansing fresh waterfall, faith and hope. Ti leaf positions in the middle of the tiki forehead represents the divine power and good luck according to native Hawaiian beliefs.
Made of monkeypod wood, carved in Kahuku, Hawaii
Size: 6 inches height
***Please note: Most of the tiki carvings are consistent but NOT the wood color because after the wood is cut, none of the wood color/grain looks the same. Some may look darker, some might look lighter or some of them even have some checks. However, they all contribute to the original part of the piece and we often treat them look as best as possible.