Hawaiian Heirloom designs celebrate a tradition that traces back to Hawaii’s Queen Lili’uokalani. A personalised gold bangle was presented to the Hawaiian Princess, Lili’uokalani by England’s Queen Victoria in 1887, in celebration of her Golden Jubilee commemorating her fifty-year reign. The bangle became one of Lili’uokalani’s most treasured pieces.
Her bangle created a stir among Hawaii’s Ali’i (Royalty). The beautiful English carvings were reproduced incorporating various Island designs. Over time, flowers, leaves and other significant designs of Hawaiian origin have found their way into Hawaiian Heirloom Jewellery.
Adorned with tropical flowers, ferns, leaves and scrollwork, Hawaiian Heirloom jewellery has flourished becoming extremely popular and a cherished Island keepsake.
This patterned Hawaiian Heirloom style bangle is 4mm wide and 1.5mm thick. It is flat on the underside and curved on the top surface. This bangle is hand-formed, hammered and polished for a stunning texture and shine. It looks elegant worn alone or paired with other bangles to create a chic, fun beachy look.
These gorgeous bangles are available in both 14kt Gold Fill and .925 Sterling Silver.
Gold Fill is tarnish resistant and can be worn in salt water and freshwater water.
Please indicate your bangle size at checkout. If you do not know your size form your hand like your putting a bracelet on and measure around the widest part of your hand and not your wrist. The average size is 8 inches.
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