Golden Lei Mahina Necklace
Golden Lei Mahina
In collaboration with Leihekili we present the second of a 3-piece mini collection.
The kūpeʻe is a nocturnal animal that hides during the day and appears to feed only on the darkest of nights. The golden ring around the kūpe`e shell symbolizes muku, the mark of an absent moon on the Hawaiian tide calendar; this being the preferred time to pick kūpeʻe. The name of this piece comes from 2 Hawaiian words, “lei” meaning adornment, and “mahina” meaning moon.
This piece is handcrafted in 14k gold fill. Necklace is shown on a 18" chain. Width of pendant: 2"
green tea leaves is handcrafted, cut, shaped, and finished with a lightly hammered texture.
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