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Choose from 30 pictures in our Tiki collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cover: The Voyage to New Zealand (1842 - 46), 1866. Creator: Charles Meryon
Cover: The Voyage to New Zealand (1842 - 46), 1866. Creator: Charles Meryon
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An ancestral figure known as a moai kavakava, emaciated man
An ancestral figure known as a moai kavakava, emaciated man
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Reconstructed Polynesian boat house and plaza
Reconstructed Polynesian boat house and plaza
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Reconstructed boat house"
Reconstructed boat house"
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Petroglyph of a small fish near Tongariki
Petroglyph of a small fish near Tongariki
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View of the lake which occupies the crater of the volcano Rano Raraku
View of the lake which occupies the crater of the volcano Rano Raraku
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The so-called Inca-style masonry at Ahu Vinapu, with a half buried Moai
The so-called Inca-style masonry at Ahu Vinapu, with a half buried Moai
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Single Bird-Man petroglyph by the edge of Rano Kao volcano
Single Bird-Man petroglyph by the edge of Rano Kao volcano
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Bird-Man petroglyph by the edge of crater of Rano Kao volcano
Bird-Man petroglyph by the edge of crater of Rano Kao volcano
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Bird-man petroglyphs from the sacred village of Orongo
Bird-man petroglyphs from the sacred village of Orongo
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Moai statue
Moai statue
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Collapsed Moai statue on its ahu , platform, at Vaihu
Collapsed Moai statue on its ahu , platform, at Vaihu
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An ancestral figure known as a moai kavakava, emaciated man, worn hung onto its owner at dances Featured Print

An ancestral figure known as a moai kavakava, emaciated man, worn hung onto its owner at dances

An ancestral figure known as a moai kavakava, emaciated man, worn hung onto its owner at dances and feasts. The more a man wore, sometimes as many as ten or twenty, the more likely were the gods to grant his requests. Country of Origin: Easter Island. Culture: Oceanic. Date/Period: 19th C. Material Size: Wood, h= 47cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ British Museum, London . Location: 17

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Silhouette profile of a Moai statue with top knot on the coast
Silhouette profile of a Moai statue with top knot on the coast
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Silhouette of Moai statue with topknot, from the coast
Silhouette of Moai statue with topknot, from the coast
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of 6 Moai figures re-erected on a platform (ahu) and top knots"
of 6 Moai figures re-erected on a platform (ahu) and top knots"
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Petroglyphs of two men carved on stone slab, forming part of the foundations for
Petroglyphs of two men carved on stone slab, forming part of the foundations for
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Moai statue at Hanga Nui
Moai statue at Hanga Nui
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Two giant Easter Island moai statues lying head-to-foot, unfinished, and still attached
Two giant Easter Island moai statues lying head-to-foot, unfinished, and still attached
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Detail of the interior slope of Rano Raraku
Detail of the interior slope of Rano Raraku
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The blade of an adze partly converted into a heitiki during the early 19th Century
The blade of an adze partly converted into a heitiki during the early 19th Century
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Large platform (ahu) with seven moai statues
Large platform (ahu) with seven moai statues
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Five Moai statues at Anakena Bay
Five Moai statues at Anakena Bay
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Moai statues, buried up to their necks by soil creep, on the slopes of the volcanic
Moai statues, buried up to their necks by soil creep, on the slopes of the volcanic
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Ivory ear bolt decorated with three small tiki figures
Ivory ear bolt decorated with three small tiki figures
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The blade of an adze partly converted into a heitiki during the early 19th Century Featured Print

The blade of an adze partly converted into a heitiki during the early 19th Century

The blade of an adze partly converted into a heitiki during the early 19th Century. Non-ceremonial adze blades of nephrite were discarded or re-used when imported metal blades became available. A heitiki is a small carved human figure worn as a neck ornament. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: 18th C. Material Size: Nephrite. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ National Museum of New Zealand, Wellington. Location: 03

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The famous kneeling statue Tukuturi, located on the flank of the Rano Raraku quarry
The famous kneeling statue Tukuturi, located on the flank of the Rano Raraku quarry
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Unusually large green jade Maori hei-tiki or breast pendant, New Zealand. Artist
Unusually large green jade Maori hei-tiki or breast pendant, New Zealand. Artist
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Small ivory tiki figure, probably a pendant
Small ivory tiki figure, probably a pendant
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The Hei-Tiki, 1923
The Hei-Tiki, 1923
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Protective Maori amulet, 19th century
Protective Maori amulet, 19th century
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Protective Maori Tiki amulet, 19th century
Protective Maori Tiki amulet, 19th century
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