Easter Island Head Inspirations Shower Curtain
Add a personal touch the most intimate room in your home with this Easter Island Heads Inspiration shower curtain. An array of vibrant giant heads found on Easter Island splash on the spirited design of this 100% polyester shower curtain.
- Proof of Your Good Taste: Your Easter Island Head Inspiration shower curtain will be the whimsical focal point of interest in your bathroom, and a charming reminder of your good taste.
- Color and Design: The print features a diverse pallet of colors to mix and match with any decorative pallet you want to include in your bathroom or allows you to go all eclectic with mixed colors and textures as well.
- Easy Care: Wash the item only cold machine wash with similar colors garments using a gentle cycle. Tumble dry on low settings or hang dry. Do not bleach or dry clean.
Your Easter Island Head Inspiration shower curtain comes with twelve holes for hooks which are not included.
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A LITTLE EASTER ISLAND HISTORY
Easter Island or the famous half-buried head statues (known as moai) that cover roughly its 64 square miles. Located in the South Pacific, the island was annexed from Chile in the late 19th century.
The earliest inhabitants were known as Rapa Nui, and the island was named Paaseiland (Easter Island) by Dutch explorers. Now the island is a tourist destination today known primarily for an array of 900 giant stone figures that date back centuries.
The statues reveal their creators to be master craftsman and engineers and are distinctive among other stone sculptures found in Polynesian cultures.
Averaging 13 feet high, with a weight of 13 tons, the enormous stone busts were made of consolidated volcanic ash and placed on top of ceremonial stone platforms.
The statures that remain today were likely built by the inhabitants in the 700-850 A.D. and again in 1050-1680.
Questions still remain about their purpose, how they were constructed and transported around the island.