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Pearl Puka Necklace

$129.00 Sale Price:   $99.99

Price: $129.00 Sale Price:   $99.99

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In Hawaiian culture, puka shell necklaces and flower leis are traditional gifts of welcome to visitors. They’re also believed to help ensure safe passage for travelers, especially those crossing the ocean. This freshwater pearl puka necklace is a delicate take on that generous tradition, and adds the aloha spirit to a classic strand of pearls. Accented with a green amethyst in the center, with gold vermeil spacer beads.


22-k gold-plated sterling silver with freshwater keishi pearls. Handcrafted in Kailua, Hawaii.
17" adj. to 18 1/2"L.


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