Leis are part of the Hawaiian traditions of Gratitude and Celebration and remains an integral part of the Hawaiian culture. The lei is given as a circle of love - a never ending woven expression of Aloha.
In ancient times, leis were braided leaves, flowers, shells and feathers in garland worn to beautify themselves. People gave leis to Hawaiian gods as signs of love and reverence, and to signify rank or royalty. Now, they are used to show Aloha to our Ohana and welcome friends coming to the Islands.
Lei someone special with the Aloha spirit. Choose one of these lovely mongo shell leis to honor a graduate or bride. Show your respect or affection to a loved one with a graceful tri-color kukui nut lei.
Our three styles are perfect for any occasion for both women and men:
Yellow mongo shell lei Our yellow mongo shell lei is a woven necklace of delicate tiny seashells that will enhance anyone’s neck.
Tri-color mongo shell lei Similar to the yellow mongo lei but very unique is this beautiful yellow, green, white mongo shells woven together producing a lovely addition
Tri-color Kukui nut lei The simplicity of this brown, black and white kukui nut lei, polished to a glossy shine, is perfect for any occasion. This popular, long-lasting lei consists of 30-32 nuts.
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