Surfboard Pendant (L) - Tapa Triangle Design Princess Scroll
Tapa ("kapa") was one of the main textiles throughout Polynesia used for clothing and decoration. The tapa patterns of old still exist and bring into the modern age the aesthetics of the past. The triangles are a traditional sharks tooth pattern. Mano the shark was revered as both an aumakua (guardian spirit) as a warrior symbol.
Princess Scroll lavishes swirls and lines intermixed with organic shapes and symbols onto Thom’s surfboard pendants in intricate patterns of life and love. Designs can be customized to individual needs to create truly personal messages
About Surfboard Pendant
Centuries ago, surfing was an activity reserved for ali’i, or, Hawai’ian royalty. The exhilaration and connection felt by the original wave riders to the sea made surfing a deeply spiritual observance. To this day, the surfboard is an enduring symbol of strength, freedom, and respect for nature’s power.
Type of wire: Flat
Metal: Sterling Silver
Technique: Bright Cut, Enamel, Wiggle Etching
Orders will be shipped within 7 business days from the date received.
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 offer free shipping for this product within the United States.
We invite you to contact us with any questions.