Our Tiaki Plush range is another item from our Good Grief Collection and Project Uenuku
Tiaki in many Cook Islands dialects translates to a guard or a protector.
These were first thought up after the birth of our youngest baby, a physical way to speak to her about brother who we lost 6 years before she was born.
We started with the Hei Tiki and recently added the Manaia, Onu (Turtle) and little Tangata Tiaki (People)
The little people come in 3 diffrent shades and currently two options wearing a muumuu or an pareu shirt and shorts.
Their features are intended to be gender neuteral.
-each one is approximatly 30cms long and are stuffed with foam chip.
(Except the tikis which are stuffed with cotton)
Each one comes with an explanation card and a Mihi card to fill out.
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