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  1. Hawaii Jewelry with Aloha

    One of the best things about Hawaii jewelry is that it does not incorporate your traditional, run-of-the-mill designs. Hawaii jewelry is not quickly forgotten, as is so much of what we see in today's department stores and jewelry boutiques. Instead, the pieces in our Hawaii Paradise are as unique and inspiring as Hawaii itself. We have jewelry which features the lovely plumeria blossom, and you can find this motif in pendants, bangles, necklaces and rings. Leis may wilt and wither after just a few days, but our plumeria designs allow you to wear this blossom all year round! Hawaii jewelry is more than simply floral designs, however, as we also offer sophisticated jade and 14K gold pieces. We Offer Some of the Best Hawaii Jewelry Jade earrings, bracelets, and pendants are beautiful, but people are often afraid to look at the prices on these items--not our customers, however. They know that we offer them wholesale prices on world-class items. "Hawaii jewelry"

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  2. Hawaiian Bracelets (Hawaiian Bangle)

    What could be a more lovely tribute to the islands than exotic Hawaiian bracelets and Hawaiian hand-carved bangles? Jewelry has a different meaning to each person. Some people wear it simply for aesthetic pleasure, while others wear it to remind themselves of a person or a place. Hawaiian bracelets can be made of jade, gold, or silver. Originally, traditional Hawaiian bracelets were descendants of the famous gifts given to Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani by Queen Victoria during her 1887 Jubilee. Generations of island craftsment have carried on the style of these precious gold and silver bracelets graced with black enamel inscriptions in timeless "Old English" writing. Other Hawaiian bracelets in the Hawaii Paradise embody more whimsical icons such as sea-turtles or the ever-present Plumeria blossoms. From sumptuous jade accents and inlays to fun designs like flip-flops and slippers, our collection of Hawaiian bracelets enables the wearer
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  3. Hawaiian Jewelry

    Hawaii has a reputation for beauty and quality, as does Hawaiian jewelry. Everything Hawaiian retains an air of mystery, of a connection with the spirits of the volcanoes, the flowers, and the ocean. The best Hawaiian Jewelry, such that of the Hawaii Paradise, embodies the best of the islands. Hawaiian jewelry, being both classic as well as traditional, has been passed down from generation to generation as precious heirlooms and has now become very popular both because of its elegance as well as its history. The Paradise Collection Stays on Top of Hawaiian Jewelry Styles Hawaiian jewelry can also utilize jade jewelry, black pearl jewelry, and plumeria jewelry. There are stunning, nature-inspired designs for bangles, necklaces, rings and charms. The Paradise Collection specializes in staying on top of new and exciting styles. Anything you see on the islands, from pair slippers to a palm tree to a Plumier flower can be made into jewelry. Although jewelry
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  4. Hawaiian Gold Jewelry

    Hawaiian gold jewelry was once reserved only for royalty. What began with gifts to Hawaiian royalty from Queen Victoria, back in 1887, has grown into an art form that has taken on a distinctly Hawaiian appeal. These gifts, Victorian-style gold bracelets with black enamelled inscriptions, became an inspiration for the succeeding generations of island artisans. The Paradise Collection includes brilliant examples of traditional Hawaiian gold jewelry, such as engraved rings and bracelets, as well as more modern takes on the art of local jewelry. There has been a resurgence, in recent years, in interest in delicate, feminine jewelry. More and more women are wearing attractive anklets, and sporting elegant pendants in gold and jade. Jewelry is a statement of love and confidence, and provides a way for us to decorate our beautiful bodies. Our jewelry pieces are excellent accents to both casual and elegant wardrobes. Hawaiian Gold Jewelry--Both Traditional

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  5. Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry Can Be Affordable

    Paradise Collection offers new styles every few weeks, but there are a few favorites that keep people coming back for more. Some of these favorites are plumeria jewelry, black pearl jewelry, and jade charms. Hawaii Paradise even offers Hawaiian hand-carved jewelry, so that the mystique of the island can be worn and enjoyed every day. Jewelry has been worn since time immemorial, and we wear it still for the very same reasons. When we wear wholesale Hawaiian heirloom jewelry, we wear it to look more beautiful, to honor the islands, and to remind ourselves of one of the most beautiful places on earth. The gorgeous plumeria blossoms that proliferate in Hawaii--not just in its foliage, but also in its art and culture--are wonderful examples of how the aloha spirit can be celebrated every day with handcrafted jewelry pieces. Adornment is a powerful statement, so it's important to ensure that our jewelry is of high-quality, and lovingly created.

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  6. Hawaiian Rings

    Rings tend to have more meaning to us than other types of jewelry, and Hawaiian rings can be so evocative of what is best about the tropical lifestyle. For this reason, it's important to find rings that are beautifully made, and that have special meaning for us. Hawaiian rings allow us to wear and enjoy a small piece of the islands, to enjoy traditional craftsmanship and to honor living "Aloha." To the casual observer, it would seem that many Hawaiian rings are designed in a particular way. This hearkens back to the history of Victorian-themed jewelry in Hawaii. Rings made of gold and silver which have black enamel inscriptions carry on a tradition begun when Queen Victoria made a similar gift of bracelets to Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani in the late 18th Century. The Paradise Collection honors this tradition and offers it to people around the world who want to express their sentiments with the authentic and unforgettable style of these and other

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  7. Inspired Hawaiian Jewelry Designs

    Inspired by the beauty of the islands and the reflection of the people in Hawaii, our designers created a large selection of Hawaii inspired jewelry designs. Hawaiian floral jewelry are the most popular collection on the colorful land and Sea turtle (Honu) Jewelry are the most popular collection in the peaceful pacific ocean.


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  8. Do you know your name in Hawaiian?

     Genuine Hawaiian names are unisex. Their literal meaning is usually quite clear, but there may be hidden symbolic meanings known only to the family. Old Hawaiians saw a name as the property of the name-holder, with a power to help or hurt its owner. A meaning that was too apparent might have attracted evil forces. And, just like in Hawaiian poetry, an allusion was considered more beautiful than a plain statement. Surnames did not exist in ancient Hawaii. Early converts might adopt a Christian name and use their Hawaiian name like a surname. In 1860 Kamehameha IV signed the Act to Regulate Names. Hawaiians were to take their father's given name as a surname, and all children born henceforth were to receive a meaningful given name. 

     

    Find Your Hawaiian Name

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  9. How to measure your bangle size?

    How to measure your bangle size?


    how to measure Hawaiian bracelet size


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  10. Hawaiian Jewelry Layaway Program

    Hawaiian Jewelry Layaway Program (Interest Free)

     

    Thank you for your interest in learn more about our interest free Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry Layaway program (HJLP).

    Our program will allow you start an order with $100 initial payment and you have 12 months to pay off the balance with multiple payments.

    Min. order is $200.

    There is no handling fee or interest on layaway order.

    We will manufacture and ship your order within 3 days after final payment.

    Please create an account at: www.ParadiseCollection.com then add the items you would like to do layaway in wish list.

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