'Ulu Hawaiian Quilt design earring made with Hawaiian Koa Wood.
'Ulu, breadfruit, is considered to be kinolau of Ku, guardian of the welfare for both the nation and the individual family. It is a cultural symbol of abundance in Hawai'i. Hawaiian quilt tradition believes that those who make 'ulu leaves and fruits as their first quilt pattern will always have abundance.
These earrings are laser cut and handmade on O'ahu. Hawaiian Koa Earring is lightweight and easy to wear.
The length is 6.2cm and the width is 1.6cm. The length is measured from the top of the hook.
It is finished with 14k Gold filled or Sterling Silver Shepherd Earring Hooks. Please note the color you want.
We repurpose the left over, discarded, or scrap koa from various woodshops and builders and use it to create our pieces. Koa is known and loved for its beautiful and complex figure, colors, and depth. Because of this, some pieces of koa may look similar; But the look of each piece is truly unique and may vary in color and figure.
You will love and enjoy this one-of-a-kind koa earring.