Hang Loose (Shaka) Suncatcher - 7707

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The Shaka gesture, sometimes called "Hang Loose," is commonly associated with Hawaii and surf culture.  Traditionally it symbolizes reverence, solidarity, compassion and friendship; it is used as a sign of respect and mutual understanding for the recipient. 

Approximately 6" across by 3 3/4" tall. Assorted colors. 

Our suncatchers are handmade to order.  Please allow three to five days for us to get it ready for you. 

Photos are representative of the item you will receive. Includes a suction cup mount for your window or mirror. 

All of the items at Kokomo Opalescent Glass are handmade with pride in Indiana; because they are handmade there may be some variations from the photos.