The Mamalu motif represents honor and nobility...

This motif represents the Ali’i or chiefs alongside the women of their village.
As a family of nobility, the women or taupou wore the Malu on their skin, as a representation of shelter and protection of their families and village. And a representation of the giver of their bloodlines.

Dedicated to the sons and daughters of High Chiefs...

*This Non-traditional motif combines key symbols in the Traditional Pe’a (Male) and Malu (Women)

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