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HAWAIIAN JEWELRY & GIFTS

Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gifts shipped direct from the Hawaiian islands are some of the most beautiful and meaningful tropical products available in the world.  That's because they come from one of the most traveled vacation destinations in the world...a destination loaded with rich history, breathtaking views and landscapes, and a level of friendliness not seen anywhere else.  Many Hawaiian jewelry and gift items are hand-made by local artisans from Hawaii, with the care and the spirit of “Aloha” which defines Hawaiian culture worldwide.  The Aloha spirit is probably the key quality of Hawaii's multicultural population, which attracts millions of visitors annually from different corners of the globe, to enjoy its tropical luaus, white sand beaches, volcanic and tropical landscapes and peaceful, festive aura.  For detailed facts and information about the Aloha spirit, please click here.

In order to fully appreciate the beauty and wonder of Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gifts, it would be helpful to first outline the diverse list of natural materials that are used to make these island products.  These materials are as diverse as the local Hawaiian population itself, which either designs or makes many of the items, and has a direct impact on the unique experience that we feel when adorned with or using such items of distinction and rich cultural history.  For detailed facts and information about Hawaiian culture, please click here.

Materials Commonly Used To Make Hawaiian Jewelry
Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gifts are made from wide variety of materials from the Hawaiian islands and other tropcical regions where similar materials are produced.  The majority of these materials are natural, and come in a variety of Hawaiian plant, Hawaiian animal, and usually have a deep symbolic and historical basis for their popularity and availability among the Hawaiian islands.

The following is a list of the many Hawaiian material and product types that can are produced for Hawaii visitors and Hawaii natives alike, each year:

Freshwater Pearl
Freshwater pearl is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as freshwater pearl strands, freshwater pearl necklace, freshwater pearl bracelet, freshwater pearl earrings and freshwater pearl pendants.  To view detailed facts and information about freshwater pearl, please click here.  To view a unique collection of freshwater pearl jewelry, please click here.

Mother of Pearl
Abalone shell is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as mother of pearl necklace, mother of pearl pendants, mother of pearl earrings, mother of pearl bracelet and mother of pearl inlay jewelry.  To view detailed facts and information about mother of pearl, please click here.  To view a unique collection of mother of pearl jewelry, please click here.

Abalone
Abalone shell is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as abalone pendants, abalone necklaces, and abalone inlay items.  To view detailed facts and information about abalone shell, please click here.  To view a unique collection of abalone jewelry, please click here.

Keishi Pearl
Keishi Pearl is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as keishi pearl pendants, keishi pearl necklaces, keishi pearl rings, and keishi pearl bracelets. 

Mabe Pearl
Mabe Pearl is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as mabel pearl necklaces, mabe pearl pendants, and blister pearl necklaces with mabe pearl.  To view detailed facts and information about mabel pearl, please click here.  To view a unique collection of mabe pearl jewelry available for sale, please click here.

Crystal Pearl & Shell Pearl
Crystal pearls and Shell pearls are used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as crystall pearl earrings, shell pearl earrings, crystal pearl pendants and necklaces, and shell pearl pendants and necklaces.  To view detailed facts and information about crystal and shell pearls, please click here.  To view a unique collection of crystal pearl and shell pearl jewelry, please click here.

Carved Bone
Carved bone is used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as bone pendants, carve bone beads, carved bone necklaces, carved bone fish hooks, and carved bone chains.  To view detailed facts and information about how to carve bone, please click here. To view a unique collection of carved bone jewelry, please click here.

Coral (Black Coral, Red Coral and Pink Coral)
Coral comes in a variety of types, but the most precious kinds of coral used in exotic Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products such as coral pendants, coral necklaces, coral bracelets and coral earrings. To view a complete description of black, red and pink coral including their symbolism and many uses, please click here.  To view a unique collection of coral jewelry available for sale, please click here.

Hematite

To view a complete description of hematite stone including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Coconut Shell:

To view a complete description of coconut shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Puka Shell:

To view a complete description of abalone shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Seashell:

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Shark Tooth:   White shark tooth, fossil shark tooth

To view a complete description of abalone shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Opal:

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Amethyst:

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Aventurine:

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Jade:

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Peridot:

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Flourite:

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Turquoise:

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Kukui Nut:

To view a complete description of abalone shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Gold:  14k, 18k and other kinds of gold overlay

To view a complete description of abalone shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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Silver:  Sterling silver

To view a complete description of abalone shell including its symbolism and many uses, please click here.

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While Hawaiian jewelry is produced in a multitude of materials, including plant and mineral-based as well as a man-made materials, it is also produced according to a variety of common subject matters that are steeped in ancient tradition of the Hawaiian islands, due to the importance of the materials and animals that have helped the native Hawaiians survive into the modern era, using their traditional means of sea voyage, farming and hunting on the islands.

Some of the key subjects that traditional Hawaiian jewelry represent are as follows:

Sea Turtle Jewelry

Dolphin Jewelry

Shark Jewelry

Hibiscus jewelry

Plumeria jewelry

Surfboard Jewelry

Palm Tree Jewelry

Pineapple Jewelry

Hawaiian Hooks

Pineapple Jewelry

Palm Tree Jewelry

Tiki Jewelry

Maori Tribal Jewelry

Hula Jewelry

Buddha Jewelry




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