Traditional Hawaiian Hand Engraved 14k Two Tone Gold Ring 6mm x 4mm (Barrel style)
Custom order and Hand made in the Aloha State
Hand engraved with Old English design - Hawaiian Maile, Plumeria.
Select-able inner and outer materials
Outer ring is 4mm wide, inner ring is 6mm wide
Outer and inner ring can be made from the following 14k gold: Yellow/Pink(Rose)/White Gold
Please in the order note, let us know what material you'd prefer for the outer and inner ring.
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, bracelets or pendant. Inside inscription on traditional Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry is free when placed at the time of order. Inscription may be limited to space available on the bracelet, ring or pendant.
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
People in Hawaii often say, "To own a piece of jewelry from Royal Hawaiian Heritage Jewelry is to own a piece of Hawaii".
Hawaiian jewelry is often given to celebrate birthdays, graduations, weddings and anniversaries. It's called heirloom jewelry because it passed on from generation to generation.
History 101 for Hawaiian Jewelry
The story of Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry can be dated back to England during the Victorian Era, when Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani were invited to celebrate Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1887. At the Jubilee, The Hawaiian royalties were presented with precious solid gold bracelets, with their names cut out in Old English Lettering 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.
Hence, a legacy was created and it lives on until today. Hawaiian Jewelry is not for royalties any more, people now days are wearing as a tradition and pride of the Hawaiian culture, it's collected and cherished by families from generations to generations.