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"Stuffed" Chicken - Island Style

"Stuffed" Chicken - Island Style

Availability: Out of stock

Item #:PC05

$5.00
These are one of a kind items made by hand. Materials for these items
change often. Please select the color you prefer and we will send
you one of our "stuffed" chickens from the various material choices we
have in that color category.

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What could possibly be more Hawaiian than....a chicken? Handmade with love at the Mission Settlement in The Polynesian Cultural Center, these 4" wide x 3-1/2" tall beauties are ready to run free in your home too! Cluck, cluck!

A little history on our feathered island fowl: The beautifully plumed roosters and multi-colored, spotted hens are descendants of the original "canoe fowl" brought to Hawaii by the first Polynesian voyagers to be used for food and eggs. The 'Moa" (Hawaiian for chicken or rooster) have survived to this day, and have strengthened their genetic make-up by co-mingling with traditional, white barnyard fowl that were originally housed in pens and chicken coops throughout the island. When various hurricanes made landfall on or near Kauai (4 since the 1950s) and blew down the chicken coops, the new, intermingled chicken species thrived.

Hibiscus flower not included. Comes in assorted colors and fabrics.

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"Stuffed" Chicken - Island Style
What could possibly be more Hawaiian than....a chicken? Handmade with love at the Mission Settlement in The Polynesian Cultural Center, these 4" wide x 3-1/2" tall beauties are ready to run free in your home too! Cluck, cluck!

A little history on our feathered island fowl: The beautifully plumed roosters and multi-colored, spotted hens are descendants of the original "canoe fowl" brought to Hawaii by the first Polynesian voyagers to be used for food and eggs. The 'Moa" (Hawaiian for chicken or rooster) have survived to this day, and have strengthened their genetic make-up by co-mingling with traditional, white barnyard fowl that were originally housed in pens and chicken coops throughout the island. When various hurricanes made landfall on or near Kauai (4 since the 1950s) and blew down the chicken coops, the new, intermingled chicken species thrived.

Hibiscus flower not included. Comes in assorted colors and fabrics.

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