Hawaiian Heirloom Bangle "Kuuiopo"

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Product Code: Hawaiian Heirloom Bangle "Kuuiopo"
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In 1861, Princess Lili'uokalani, commissioned mourning jewelry for herself after Queen Victoria's husband Prince Albert died.   They embodied both her feelings of sympathy for the queen, her own loyal feelings about Hawaii and her duty as royalty. The bracelets she ordered feature an intermingling of both the black enamel used in English mourning items and the feather capes which are the symbols of Hawaiian royalty. This combination of English and Hawaiian styles crafted in gold with engraving and enamel work done in English script forms the basis for Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry - and it lives on!  People in Hawaii commemorate life's milestones with this jewelry. Births, graduations, birthdays, retirements and weddings are celebrated with the gift of jewelry. This gift is often a bangle bracelet.  (http://www.modernsilver.com/)

This bracelet has the word "Kuuipo" on the front which means My Sweetheart in Hawaiian.  The inside is monogrammed Happy Birthday, 2/86, Love Ed.  It is marked 14 KT Gold.  It is about 1/4" wide and 2 1/2" across the diameter.  In wonderful condition, this is a great keepsake

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