Hawaiian Tiki II Wall Clock
Handcrafted wooden wall clock.
In Māori mythology, Tiki is the first man, created by either Tūmatauenga or Tāne. He found the first woman, Marikoriko, in a pond; she seduced him and he became the father of Hine-kau-ataata. By extension, a tiki is a large or small wooden or stone carving in humanoid form, although this is a somewhat archaic usage in the Māori language. Carvings similar to tikis and coming to represent deified ancestors are found in most Polynesian cultures. They often serve to mark the boundaries of sacred or significant sites. (c) wiki
Wood: baltic birch
Coating: acrylic paints, varnish, wood stain
Size: 43x16 cm
Our wooden clock is made of many layers of Baltic birch, painted wood stain and acrylics. Handcrafted galvanized brass screws are used in the clock.
*AA battery is not included
**the clock hands can slightly differ from those on the pics