Shaka Hand Sign Sculpture in Brass
The Shaka Hand Sign can mean many things: “Hang loose”, “Right on”, “Thank you”, “Take it easy” and even “Awesome”. In Hawaii, the Shaka Hand Sign expresses all of these friendly messages and more. It is primarily used as a greeting gesture or one to express thanks, acknowledgement, or even praise from one person to another.
To make the Shaka Hand Sign, the thumb and smallest finger are extended while the three middle fingers are curled.
The Shaka Sign is often associated with Hawaii and surf culture. It was originally adopted from local Hawaiian culture by visiting surfers in the 1960s, and its use has spread around the word.
PRIZE Sculptures are created in brass using the ancient process of lost wax casting and then are polished by hand to achieve a high gloss finish. Due to the handmade nature of the item, some variations may occur.
Each Sculpture comes with an organic cotton drawstring bag, a reusable polishing cloth, and a microfiber cleaning cloth to polish the sculpture if desired.
Dimensions: Approx. 6" H X 6" L X 2" W
Weight: Approx. 2 lbs.
For an elevated, gallery-like display, add a Clear Lucite Gallery Block. We recommend the Extra Small Clear Lucite Gallery Block for this item.
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