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Ki'i pohaku (petroglyphs) can be found etched into lava rock throughout the Hawaiian Islands. This image was derived from what ancient Hawaiians may have carved to represent wana (sea urchin.) This spine-covered echinoderm is commonly found on the reef flats and shallow reef slopes in Hawaiian waters.

This natural rubber stamp is mounted onto a sustainable maple wood handle.

Approximate image size: 1.25" x 1.25"

Sample cards pictured also use the piko stamp.