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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
Pendant SpecificationSize: (H) 17mm x (W) 17mm With Bail: (H) 21mm x (W) 17mm Stone: Larimar
The beautiful stone that is paired with the pendant is known as the Larimar. Larimar is a rare, recently discovered, crystal found only in the Dominican Republic and it is said to promote tranquillity and a strong sense of inner peace and serenity. It is useful in time of pressure and stressful change as its cooling and calming energy is said to help soothe frazzled nerves and reduce stress. One of the few crystals to balance the polarities of these energies, Larimar cools tempers and calms fears, relieves stress and nurtures the physical and emotional bodies. It is powerful in meditation and in connecting to the Divine Feminine, and is particularly helpful in releasing emotional bonds, patterns or principles that no longer serve the highest good. A stone of clear communication, it provides the strength and courage needed to speak openly from the heart.
Sharks or in Hawaiian 'Mano' are symbolic of an aggressive lust for life. When observed in their natural element, they are constantly in motion, even while they sleep. Shark teeth have long been known for their symbolic meaning of bravery, strength, power, and protection. The ancient Hawaiians wore shark tooth necklaces to ward off danger and protect them while out in the sea. For many persons, this represents their views of living life. In many indigenous cultures, sharks are seen as the spiritual bridge between the land and the sea. Persons with a shark persona live every day to the fullest and go 'full speed ahead' when it comes to achieving their goals.