The Manu have been prominent throughout the Hawaiian culture for centuries. Manu in Hawaiian means "bird." They are used as guides for weather and navigation. Manu serves as ʻaumākua or "family Gods." The colorful rare native Hawaiian birds' feathers have been utilized for art and adornment prominent figures and royalty. The Manu inspire legends, myths, and song. Made with the finest Hawaiian koa hardwood, the Manu design is approximately 2.875 inches in height with gold-filled findings.