Bangle bracelets

A Hawaiian bracelet is the key to a mom’s heart

The original Hawaiian bracelet, dubbed Hoʻomanao Mauwhich means “lasting memory”was the first of its kind, designed for the future 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 are looking for. Consider one of these bracelets to show your love on May 8.

Personalized Gold Bangle Bracelet

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Order a personalized Hawaiian Heirloom bangle, handcrafted and personalized by a team of skilled local jewelers. Each 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, type of lettering and design.

Personalized Silver Bangle Bracelet


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If the mom in your life prefers earthy and organic tones, opt for a silver Hawaiian bangle bracelet. Like the gold options, each is handcrafted and personalized. It comes with a lifetime warranty and is available in a plethora of options.

Hawaiian Gold Link Bracelets


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Give mom a little piece of the islands with a handmade link bracelet with plumerias, Honu (Hawaiian green turtles) or both. You can even get a matching pendant, necklace, anklet, ring, or pair of earrings.

Gold Scroll Hawaiian Bangle Bracelets


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Do you like the look of the heritage bracelet and link bracelets? Choose from one of six different gold bangles. Each features plumerias, but each offers a different and distinct style. Choose one with diamonds or a tricolor pattern.

Sterling Silver Premade Bangles


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For a more affordable option, check out the selection of premade sterling silver bracelets. Elements of the ocean and Hawaii’s mixed culture are reflected in these affordable choices. Choose from a variety of traditional bangles, cuffs and bangles with clasps, or bangles with the word “kuʻuipo” (meaning lover) on them.