Surf Skeg with board Pendant / Tapa and scroll design
It is not by coincidence that a Surfboard Skeg – the device that allows surfers to steer – resembles a shark’s fin. Like honu, Mano the shark is considered aumakua or a guardian spirit in Hawai’i. Legend has it was Mano that first guided ancient Polynesians to the Hawai’ian islands. Whether one’s preferred interpretation is skeg or shark’s fin, the design remains a symbol of guidance and destiny.
Tapa (kapa) was one of the main textiles throughout Polynesia used for clothing and decoration. Tapa scroll patterns from the old days still exist and bring into the modern age the aesthetics of the past.
Height: 25 mm (without bell)
Width: 38 mm
Thickness: 1.5 mm
Type of wire: Flat
Metal: Sterling Silver
Techniques: Bright Cut, Enamel, Fine Line, Wiggle etching
Orders will be shipped within 7 business days from the date received. We offer free shipping for this product within the United States.
You may customize your order in terms of size, width, enamel color or personalization (name, date, word, etc.) for additional fees starting from $50.00. Please call! Color Chart
Designer Thom Sirivattha personally signs every piece.
We invite you to contact us with any questions.