Maori - Hei-tiki
James Cook, FRS (1728-79), known to history simply as Captain Cook, was granted a one-hour audience by George III in August 1771 after his return from his first expedition to the Pacific. It was probably at this meeting that Cook presented the King with this precious ornament, which the explorer had received from Maori of Queen Charlotte Sound in South Island, New Zealand, in October 1769. In Maori culture, tiki was the name given to the first created man, and hei means suspended. Carved…
«Hei Tiki» Canvas Print by Thoth Adan - Limited Edition from $69 | Curioos
This limited edition Canvas Print, designed by Thoth Adan, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. Ready to hang, this image is printed onto a 450gsm white finish, 100% cotton canvas and stretched over 1.5” deep wood stretcher bars (3/4” for XS). Each print comes with wall h...
Pictures of Outriggers
Critiki is a guide to over 1,000 tiki bars, Polynesian restaurants and other sites of interest to the midcentury Polynesian Pop enthusiast. Part historic archive, part travel guide, and all tiki.
This screen printed silk napkin was a tourist souvenir in the pre-WII days. The pretty hula dancer sways against the iconic profile of Diamondhead. Direct scan; Etsy find.
Shag's Tiki Drinks Deck: 52 Ways to Shake Your Way to Paradise Edition (Case Bound Card Deck)
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