March 13, 2006

Bone Carvings by Basement Kahuna

Filed under: Art,People,Shopping,Tiki — Humuhumu @ 2:54 pm
Marquesan bone pendant by Basement Kahuna
Marquesan bone pendant
by Basement Kahuna

Carver Basement Kahuna, whose work has been profiled here before, usually works in wood but has started creating intricate pieces from bone. He’s currently taking orders for these pieces, in Maori and Marquesan styles, for completion this spring. I don’t know how much they run, but whatever the price they’re likely worth it — BK’s work is top-notch. If you’d like to place an order, send Basement Kahuna a personal message through Tiki Central.

One Response to “Bone Carvings by Basement Kahuna”

  1. Chibcha Says:

    hi
    what’s the length of this cool tribal pendant? and can u let me know
    the price?
    thanks,
    from chibcha

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