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Beautiful name! For over a hundred years, Hawaiians and local people have put their names on bracelets, necklaces, rings, and more. These pieces of jewerly are passed down from generation to generation as an heirloom.

Let's add your name to your very own special piece!

A bangle made for a princess

the history behind heritage jewerly

If you have ever wondered where Hawaiian Heritage bangles originated from, here's a quick history lesson.

Hawaiian heirloom bracelets are not just any ordinary pieces of jewelry. In 1887, At Queen Victoria's jubilee, she originally gifted Princess Liliuokalani with a gold bangle decorated with engraved florals and complete with her name enameled in black.

Upon Liliuokalani's return to Hawai'i, she had loved the piece so much that she had it copied as gifts to give to others. As time went on, these personalized bangles became popularized and now are given as gifts to friends and family for celebrating milestones, anniversaries, graduations, birthdays, weddings, and other special occasions.

Now, there are a variety of different styles and types of jewelry including pendants, necklaces, rings, and of course, bangles, that can be enameled with names or initials.

Hawai'i takes pride in its heritage, heirloom jewelry has become a way to honor the past. Heritage jewelry encompasses an entire story on a wrist or around your finger. Bangles and other jewelry are also known to be passed down from one generation to the next - emphasizing the heritage found within.

With the rising price of gold and crime, more customers frequently turn to the wearable option of gold-filled in their personalized jewelry. This makes a gold-filled option the next best thing, if not even better!