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Premier Rings - E Komo Kai
Your rings aren't just rings; they are a punch of style. A bold expression of you-ness that talks to you hand without saying a word
Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry
Hawaiian heirloom jewelry celebrates a rich history that traces back to the Victorian Era
1. Make sure to have your ring measured by a professional jeweler or please use a ring sizer. The image below will indicate a ring sizer which most jewelers will have in hand.
When sizing, please make sure that the width of the sizer is similar to the width of the ring you are interested in. If you are sized with a very thin sizer the wider band will be tight due to the width difference.
2. Never use a tape measure or string to measure your finger. String can stretch and paper can be easily damaged. Both methods lead to inaccuracies. Also, when you measure ring size this way, you are not taking into consideration the size the ring needs to be to slip over the finger joint or knuckle.
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Designed in Hawai'i & Handcrafted
This 14K Gold Chevron Wishbone Ring is sure to put a smile on your face. The simple, curved shape and whimsical design is perfect for everyday wear. Made with beautiful, 14K gold, this ring is perfect for anyone looking for a special piece of jewelry. With a chic chevron / wishbone shape, it's sure to add style to any outfit. We can't help but wish for this ring to be ours. With its simple yet stunning design, it's easy to see why this ring is so popular. Made with 14K gold, it's sure to last for seasons to come.
Old English is a mainstream Hawaiian jewelry design.The dramatic design which brings together flowing waves, the sacred maile leaves, and the plumeria flower, (which represents graceful and wishing for the happiness of your loved ones) shows Hawaii's abundance of natural beauty.When Captain Cook of England found the Hawaiian Islands, the barrels in his ship were filled with the most delicious food the native Hawaiians had ever seen. From there, the barrel has become a popular motif as a symbol that brings happiness.The history of Hawaiian jewelry began with a bracelet sent by Queen Victoria to Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani in London in 1887.It was a solid gold bracelet with their names cut out in Old English lettering and filled with black enamel.The Queen and the Princess were so enraptured with their unique gifts that they had similar bracelets made for other Royal members upon their return to Hawaii.Today, Hawaiian heirloom jewelry is hand crafted, as it has always been.Because of its timeless beauty, all the magic, tradition and pride of the Hawaiian culture becomes yours when you wear our cherished collectibles.Hawaiian heirloom jewelry has been given as a gifts for special occasions such as birthdays, graduations and weddings. Heirloom jewelry will last a lifetime, and is often passed from generations. Your ring will be shipped directly from Honolulu, Hawaii.
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