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Here is a beautiful set of 4 Tikis depicting all four Hawaiian Tiki god: Tiki Ku, Lono, Kanaloa and Kane. Each totem measures on average 11 inches and the smaller ones are about 7  inches tall.    Perfect gift idea!

Here is a beautiful set of 4 Tikis depicting all four Hawaiian Tiki god: Tiki Ku, Lono, Kanaloa and Kane. Each totem measures on average 11 inches and the smaller ones are about 7 inches tall.

Hawaiian Tiki Statue Lono Coco Joe's Hapa Wood Made in Hawaii Peace Prosperity FOR SALE • $25.00 • See Photos! Money Back Guarantee. Details: Lono Tiki statue representing peace and prosperity by Coco Joes. From 1980. Made of Hana Wood. Condition: Used. Minor abuse. Some visible nicks around base and at mouth. Marker 262925275101

Hawaiian Tiki Statue Lono Coco Joe's Hapa Wood Made in Hawaii Peace Prosperity

Hawaiian Tiki Statue Lono Coco Joe's Hapa Wood Made in Hawaii Peace Prosperity FOR SALE • $25.00 • See Photos! Money Back Guarantee. Details: Lono Tiki statue representing peace and prosperity by Coco Joes. From 1980. Made of Hana Wood. Condition: Used. Minor abuse. Some visible nicks around base and at mouth. Marker 262925275101

Vintage Coco Joe's Made in Hawaii Lono Tiki God Statue Hawaiian Souvenir 8 3/8" FOR SALE • $12.99 • See Photos! Money Back Guarantee. Vintage Coco Joe's Made in Hawaii Lono Tiki God Statue Hawaiian Souvenir 8 3/8" tall 182439022024

Vintage Coco Joe's Made in Hawaii Lono Tiki God Statue Hawaiian Souvenir 8 3/8"

Vintage Coco Joe's Made in Hawaii Lono Tiki God Statue Hawaiian Souvenir 8 3/8" FOR SALE • $12.99 • See Photos! Money Back Guarantee. Vintage Coco Joe's Made in Hawaii Lono Tiki God Statue Hawaiian Souvenir 8 3/8" tall 182439022024

Ka-moho-aliʻi is a Hawallian shark god, brother of Kāne Milohai, Pele, Kapo, Nāmaka and Hiʻiaka. He swam in the area around the islands of Maui and Kahoolawe. When a ship was lost at sea, Ka-moho-aliʻi shook his tail in front of the fleet and the kahuna would feed him "awa" (a name for kava, a narcotic drink), and Ka-moho-aliʻi would guide the men home. He is sometimes said to have guided the ships of the original inhabitants of Hawaii from the mainland to their island home in this way.

Ka-moho-aliʻi is a Hawaiian shark god, brother of Kāne Milohai, Pele, Kapo…

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