The Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry is exclusively “Hawaiian” in design, yet reflects its origins that began in England over a century ago. In 1887, King Kalakaua’s wife, Queen Kapiolani and his sister, Princess Lydia Kamaka’eha (Lili’uokalani) attended Queen Victoria’s Jubilee. Queen Victoria gifted Princess Lili’uokalani with a solid gold bracelet, what was to become the first Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry.
According to English fashion, her name was engraved in Old English lettering and enameled in black. The bracelet symbolized the enduring friendship between the two nations. The beautiful English carvings we reproduced incorporating various island designs. Over time, Plumeria, Maile Leaves, and other significant designs of Hawaiian origin have found their way into history as Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry and has since become a tradition for generations.
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