The Tomtit/Kōmiromiro were seen as bearers of good news. People believed they had special powers, and saw them as tapu (sacred). An observant person was said to have ‘he kanohi kōmiromiro’, the eye of a tomtit, referring to the careful way the bird looked for small insects.
- Dimensions (approx.): L/ 12cm W/ 12cm D/ 6cm
- Available in a variety of colours, please note that the colour variants displayed may be of different bird species.
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- Cast glass with set screw fitting. Can be mounted on any type of wall. Check out our installation instructions.
- Design service, ask us for composition ideas using multiple birds and a full colour chart.
Stock availability may vary as all of our products are made-to-order. The estimated production time for our birds is 2-3 weeks. Read about our order processing here.