A Hawaiian Bracelet is the Key to a Mom’s Heart
Paradise Collection’s Hawaiian heirloom jewelry is a timeless and treasured gift for Mother’s Day.
The original Hawaiian bracelet—dubbed Hoʻomanao Mau, which means “lasting remembrance”—was the first of its kind, crafted for the soon-to-be Queen Liliuʻokalani in 1862. Make this year one to remember with a Hawaiian bracelet for Mother’s Day. Whether you’re shopping for your mom, tūtū or significant other, Paradise Collection has just the gift you’re looking for. Consider one of these bracelets to show your love on May 8.
Personalized Bangle Bracelet in Gold
Order a custom Hawaiian Heirloom bangle bracelet, handcrafted and personalized by a team of skilled local jewelers. Each one comes with a lifetime guarantee, so you can rest assured that your Mother’s Day gift will bring her joy for years to come. Choose your size, lettering type and design.
Personalized Bangle Bracelet in Silver
If the mom in your life is more into earthy, organic tones, opt for a Hawaiian heirloom bangle bracelet in silver. Like the gold options, each one is handcrafted and personalized. It comes with a lifetime guarantee and is available in a plethora of options.
Hawaiian Gold Link Bracelets
Give Mom a little piece of the Islands with a handmade link bracelet featuring plumerias, honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles) or both. You can even get a pendant, necklace, anklet, ring or set of earrings to match.
Hawaiian Gold Scroll Bangle Bracelets
Like the look of both the heirloom bangle and the link bracelets? Choose from one of six different gold scroll bangle pieces. Every one features plumerias, but each offers a different and distinct style. Select one with diamonds or a tricolor design.
Premade Sterling Silver Bangles
For a more affordable option, check out the selection of pre-made sterling silver bangles. Elements of the ocean and Hawaiʻi’s mixed culture are reflected in these affordable picks. Choose from a variety of traditional bangles, cuffs and bracelets with clasps, or bracelets with the word “kuʻuipo” (which means sweetheart) on them.