Swordfish bill/tusk hand carved with traditional Maori Wheku and Tiki carving. Wheku, meaning 'carved face', depicts the face of an ancestor. The Wheku is generally found at the apex of the gable on a Wharenui, the Maori meeting house, and symbolizes an important ancestor after whom the house was named. The eyes of this Maori have been decorated with abalone shell, adding striking detail and giving homage to Maori tradition.
THE DIMENSIONS - including stand
Height: 96 cm
- The swordfish tusk will be sent with track and trace via DHL Parcel or DPD. You will receive the tracking code as soon as the parcel is dispatched. With this code you can also follow the status and the location of your parcel, as well as the expected delivery date. You can find this information once you have your tracking code, by entering it under “Shipment number” on the DHL or DPD website.
- If you have any questions on the status of your parcel, the current location, or the estimated date of delivery, it is recommended to DHL Parcel or DPD directly via Facebook messenger. An answer will be given within 24 hours.
- Świetny, pięknie ręcznie rzeźbiony, bardzo duży kieł miecznika z niestandardowym stojakiem - Maori
- Xiphias Gladius - Kość
- Szacowany okres
- Kraj pochodzenia
- Stan doskonały - przedmiot prawie nieużywany, z minimalnymi oznakami wieku oraz zużycia.