Seal of American Samoa Laser Etched Wall Art
The fly switch (fue) represents wisdom and the staff (To'oto'o) represents authority. Both symbols are used by talking chiefs indicating their rank. The Tanoa (kava bowl) represents service to the chief. The tapa clothed background represents the artistry of the Samoan people. It also includes the date April 17, 1900, which was the date when the flag of American Samoa was officially adopted
Laser cut from 1/4" Finished Maple wood layered.
Measures 12"H x 12"W x .50"D
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