Reviews & Posts

  1. Etsy review (8/27/18)

    Hello, I was so happy with the jewelry I purchased from you I was wondering if I could visit your shop. I am in Oahu for a few days and left your brochure at home, where is your physical location please? I’m looking to purchase some items. Jonelle Fisher

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  2. Email review (8/25/18)

    Hi Ryan, thank you for the jewelry,... it is beautiful! Hope all is well on Oahu. I know there are high winds and lots of rain, I hope you and your family are safe. Best to you, Susan

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  3. Facebook review (8/17/18)

    I’ve bought these bracelets there quality is excellent I’d recommend them 100%. Nancy Thornhill

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  4. Etsy review (8/16/18)

    Hello, today I received your very nice pendant. Many thanks to you ! Mr CEGARRA

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  5. Email review (7/22/18)

    I am super excited for my order!! I am in love with your shop so I will be a regular customer once I receive my first trial order Peata Vaimoso

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  6. Email review (7/21/18)

    Recently we chose a Hawaiian heirloom 14K Yellow gold single initial (S) pendant for our god daughter Sophie. The pendant is beautiful, we chose the plumeria pattern and raised black lettering and the quality is what we had hoped for. Thank you for the good service and speedy delivery. The pendant arrived in a gift box which is a nice touch kind regards Sue Griffiths.

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  7. Aloha au ia 'oe means I Love You

    Usually the first word in a sentence is a verb and aloha means love as either a noun or a verb. The next word is the subject of the sentence, and it may be spelled either au or wau, meaning the first person singular pronoun in the subjective case, I. In general au is more common, but both are considered acceptable. In some expressions wau seems to flow better, at least for some people, and this is one of the expressions where wauis not as uncommon as for general expressions.

    The last word ʻoe is the second person singular pronoun, you—by itself the subjective case. The preceding iā makes the pronoun to be in the objective case (direct object, or adding the sense of to or toward). Sometimes you will see the two words combined into one as iāʻoe. It should be apparent at this point the expression means I love you.

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  8. Facebook Review (7/16/18)

    Very happy with my purchase! Timely response with any concerns you may have. This is my second puchase and believe me it won't be the last. "Exceptional service." Terry Pacheco Burcena

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  9. Hawaiian name

    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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  10. 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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