Carved in Hawaii pre-WWII, purchased by a Japanese tourist and taken to Japan. Purchased by Jenny Hutchings in Japan in 1972 and brought to Kauai.

The tiki image is copied from a print depicting “An Offering before Captain Cook in the Sandwich Islands January 1779” after John Webber, Captain Cook’s artist.

There are many such versions of this tiki at Pu’uhonua o Honaunau – The City of Refuge National Historic Park in the Kona district of the big island, Hawaii.

Carved from Hawaiian Redwood (sequoia sempervirens)

75"H x 5"W x 6"D

SIX FOOT TIKI - Pu’uhonua o Honaunau – The City of Refuge National Park

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