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More about our Hawaiian Jewelry

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.

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.

Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry
There is something timeless about Hawaiian heirloom jewelry. There are always fun, new, trendy styles to play with, but when we want to look elegant and stylish, Hawaiian jewelry pieces make unforgettable accents for both casual and evening dress.

Plumeria Jewelry
One symbol of island beauty is the plumeria blossom, and plumeria jewelry borrows from the symmetry and mystique of this flower. This tropical flowering tree is also known by the name "frangipani," and is what many leis are made from.

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 Bracelets
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.

Hawaii Jewelry
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.