Mai‘a Print Large Cuff Bracelets
Cuff , pink with silver 7" x 2"
Mai‘a is Banana in Hawaiian language. this print uses the cut stump of the banana stalk, revealing beautiful concentric rings reminiscent of water droplets. It is a favorite natural stamp for many artists, students, and teachers here in Hawaii. I learned it from my kapa students at Pope Elementary School!
Dominant Dyes: Ma‘o Hauhele, Mahogany,Indigo
Ma‘o Hauhele is the Hawaii "State Flower". It is endemic to Hawaii. Itʻs name is loosely translated as the "Moving Ma‘o", as it grows tall and becomes top heavy, it falls over and sets new roots to the ground, allowing it to slow move across the yard!
Mahogany Bark is collected from our local Saw mill in Waimanalo.
Organic Indigo is grown in our Waimanalo garden.
Pūkoʻa Studios Product Mana‘o:
Metals are gold or silver plated brass or stainless steel unless otherwise noted.
Kapa is a sustainable textile made from Native Hawaiian and other natural materials. Taking care of it will ensure longevity, but with substantial wear these pieces will begin to fade, degrade and can eventually be composted.
All products sold by Pūkoʻa Studios are one of a kind.
Kapa making is an intensive native process done entirely by hand. Each piece is handcrafted starting in the garden to hand cutting and assembling. While pieces may share similarities, no two are identical. If you place an order for an item that has multiple variations pictured, you will receive one of the pictured variations.
All sales final, exchanges available for damaged or faulty items. No guarantee that item received will share all characteristics of original item.