76. MAKE A JEWEL OF A FIND

101 Things to Do (Kauaʻi) - - BEYOND THE CITY -

The is­lands have a tra­di­tion, and

(spir­i­tual power) of their mana own, which vis­i­tors get a taste of while watch­ing per­for­mances, hula sight­see­ing on trop­i­cal tours and sa­vor­ing lo­cal dishes. Lo­cally in­spired and crafted JEW­ELRY of­fers a per­ma­nent way to trans­port that ex­pe­ri­ence back home.

There are many GAL­LERIES through­out the is­land where you will no doubt find sparkling gem­stones, glow­ing pearls and an ar­ray of spe­cial pieces that tout a dis­tinctly is­land flair. Most is­land show­rooms of­fer a wide se­lec­tion of fine cus­tom jew­elry—in­clud­ing bracelets, neck­laces and watches—that come in a broad range of prices, from high-end to pieces start­ing at about $200. If you’re han­ker­ing for TAHITIAN

BLACK PEARLS, plume­ria jew­elry in­spired by the lo­cal flower or the heavy gold bracelets, neck­laces, rings and ear­rings that are an is­land tra­di­tion, talk to the folks at ROBERT’S JEW­ELRY. They have a wealth of knowl­edge about heir­loom pieces.

To find other lo­cally made gems, con­sult with lo­cal ven­dors at craft fairs and var­i­ous fes­ti­vals around the is­land. ROBERT’S JEW­ELRY (808) 246-4653

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