Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail
Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail
Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail
Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail
Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail

Hand-carved Hawaiian Fishing Canoe Replica with Sail

  • $441.00

Step Back in Time with an Authentic Hand-carved Canoe Replica

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  • Step Back in Time with an Authentic Hand-carved Canoe Replica

    This canoe replica is carved from the same koa wood used by native Hawaiians to build their sea-faring canoes of the past. Canoes have played a pivotal role in the history of Oceania and have been utilized for fishing, transportation, and oceanic exploration. Crafted in scale, this model canoe will echo the spirit of Polynesia in your home or office.

    • 9" in Length
    • Made of Hawaiian Koa Wood
    • Designed and Built by Francis Pimmel
    • Mounted on Koa Base
    Francis Pimmel is an award-winning craftsman specializing in the scale reconstruction of Hawaiian canoes made of koa wood that once sailed on the waterways of the Polynesian Triangle. Francis has chosen to inlay beautiful naturally colored wood patterns with no paints to make the wooden models historically accurate.
  • Step Back in Time with an Authentic Hand-carved Canoe Replica

    This canoe replica is carved from the same koa wood used by native Hawaiians to build their sea-faring canoes of the past. Canoes have played a pivotal role in the history of Oceania and have been utilized for fishing, transportation, and oceanic exploration. Crafted in scale, this model canoe will echo the spirit of Polynesia in your home or office.

    • 9" in Length
    • Made of Hawaiian Koa Wood
    • Designed and Built by Francis Pimmel
    • Mounted on Koa Base
    Francis Pimmel is an award-winning craftsman specializing in the scale reconstruction of Hawaiian canoes made of koa wood that once sailed on the waterways of the Polynesian Triangle. Francis has chosen to inlay beautiful naturally colored wood patterns with no paints to make the wooden models historically accurate.
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