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  • Titanium Ring with Hawaiian Koa Wood Inlay (6mm - 8 mm width, Flat Style) - Aolani Hawaii - 1
  • Titanium Ring with Hawaiian Koa Wood Inlay (6mm - 8 mm width, Flat Style) - Aolani Hawaii - 2
  • Titanium Ring with Hawaiian Koa Wood Inlay (6mm - 8 mm width, Flat Style) - Aolani Hawaii - 3

Titanium Ring with Hawaiian Koa Wood Inlay (6mm - 8 mm width, Flat Style)

$ 120.00

$ 99.00

Take 15% off with coupon Code '4THYEAR'
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Crafted with highly scratch-resistant(3 times harder than steel) titanium. This ring features resin sealed and water proof Hawaiian Koa Wood inlay and hand engraved traditional Hawaiian Heirloom jewelry design in the center and polished finish metal surface. Flat Style for comfort fit.

Titanium is 100% hypoallergenic and will not react to your skin, so it's safe for anyone to wear.

Ring is perfect for people with an active life style, also great gift for anniversary, wedding or any special occasion.

*Free inside message engraving. 
To make the piece more personal, you can add a special message on the inside of the ring. Titanium, Stainless steel rings are limited to about 12 characters, due to the limited space left on the inside of the ring. *There'll be no return, exchange or resize after this ring is engraved with an inside message.


FREE SHIPPING in the US
U.S order will be shipped FREE with USPS First Class Mail with tracking.
Upgraded shipping - Priority & Express shippings are also available upon checkout

International orders will be shipped with USPS International First Class Mail with tracking.
Upgraded shipping - International Priority & Express shippings are also available upon checkout

FREE GIFT BOX - Included with every purchase
  • Hi just recieved our rings and are very happy with them!! Could you tell us again what the waves and Maile lei mean?

    Aloha,
    Thank you for you business and contacting Aolani Hawaii.

    The maile lei is a symbol of Love, Peace, Respect & Friendship. In tradtional Hawaii time, maile leis were for Royalties. Kahunas, Hawaiian priests, used maile leis as a symbol of unity to bind the bride and groom's hands together. Very similar to the ring concept of modern days. 

    The ocean is part of Hawaiian culture, since we are surround by it. Waves have been ridden in Hawaii for centuries, whether in a canoe, on a surfboard or simply frolicking on the shore.

    Mahalo

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