We use Hawaiian Koa Wood in our rings

Hawaiian koa grown on the Big island of Hawai'i.

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 Hawaiian Koa wood’s appeal extends far beyond its aesthetic charm. Designed to withstand even the harshest of elements, our jewelry is crafted to be passed down through generations

Ethically Sourced

Committed to functional pieces, our jewelry is designed to be worn, relished, and displayed – not just preserved.


Exuding sophistication, our Hawaiian Koa wood jewelry strikes a balance between effortless luxury, while giving a hat-tip to the land we adore. Paired with high-quality materials, Koa is exceptionally versatile, from our everyday rings to our head-turning statement pieces.


Koa wood reflects strength and courage, the word Koa means warrior. In ancient Koa WarriorsHawaii, it was the go-to wood used in the making of many ancient warrior tools. In part because Koa is a hardwood. It was used to construct canoes, swords, and hand weapons of all kinds. Its solidity and rigidity served to support ancient Koa warriors in combat. Koa wood is engineered by nature and capable of enduring the toughest abuse. The combination of symbolic strength (of Koa) and its substantive hardiness creates a Koa wood ring that both reflects and embodies vigor.

What is so special about koa wood?

Koa Wood is legendary in Hawaii. Not only is this amazing wood native to Hawaii but it is known for the deep rich colors and varied grain pattern. Koa has honored heritage in Hawaii and is highly revered and sacred.


As a symbol of bravery, each pocket-sized cut of Hawaiian Koa should encourage you to be bold, fearless, and unapologetically you. With each curly grain comes an ignited sense of adventure, ready for you to explore

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