Woven Lauhala Cuff (14k Gold Vermeil)

Tidepool Love

"Lau" meaning "leaf" in the Hawaiian language refers to the leaves of the Hala tree which in Hawaii (and many Pacific cultures) are woven to create useful items such as baskets, mats and hats. Our family did a Lauhala collection of sterling silver jewelry in the 1980's and 1990's, and I have decided to update and create a new version of Lauhala jewelry for Tidepool Love. This cuff "rolls" on your wrist (never stretch or "open" cuff bracelets when putting on or taking off), and is comfortable, light and casual for day or night. Made of solid sterling silver and heavily dipped in over 2.5 microns of 14 karat gold. ***picture of the sterling silver version

$190.00
$190.00

"Lau" meaning "leaf" in the Hawaiian language refers to the leaves of the Hala tree which in Hawaii (and many Pacific cultures) are woven to create useful items such as baskets, mats and hats. Our family did a Lauhala collection of sterling silver jewelry in the 1980's and 1990's, and I have decided to update and create a new version of Lauhala jewelry for Tidepool Love. This cuff "rolls" on your wrist (never stretch or "open" cuff bracelets when putting on or taking off), and is comfortable, light and casual for day or night. Made of solid sterling silver and heavily dipped in over 2.5 microns of 14 karat gold. ***picture of the sterling silver version

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