In Polynesian mythology, tikis represent a deep connection to the spiritual realm. Historically they were placed at sacred temples (heiaus), and in and around homes, to remind Hawaiians of their core values: respect for family, appreciation of nature, and belief in the power of knowledge.
Below are examples of tikis Keoni Durant has carved over the last 30 years. Each is unique, hand-carved from exotic Hawaiian hardwood. Price varies based on size, style, features, and wood type. Keoni primarily uses Milo, Koa, Monkeypod and Pheasant wood, and all sculptures are carved from solid logs. If you're interested in commissioning a tiki, or another sculpture, please contact us.