Hawaiian Fan-Flower Naupaka studs
Hawaiian Fan-Flower Naupaka studs

Hawaiian Fan-Flower Naupaka studs

Regular price $34.00
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  • 14K vermeil-style (.925 sterling silver dipped in 14K gold)
  • Stud measurement: 10mm
  • Also available in Sterling Silver # KE-5186S, $30
  • Item # KE-5186G

This is made as 14K vermeil-style or sterling silver.

To ensure the longevity of your [KI•ELE] jewelry, please remember to remove your jewelry before showering, washing your hands, perspiring, and any ocean or water activities. Please do not apply perfumes or lotions near or on your jewelry pieces. After wearing, gently wipe with a soft cloth and store in your [K] gift box or jute pouch received with your order. It’s a lot to remember (we know) but trust us, your jewelry will still look as new as when you first purchased it!

If your [K] pieces need a shine refresh, you can purchase a polish pad (for 14K gold-filled or sterling silver pieces only) or Sunshine Cloth (for 14K vermeil-style) here.

If your [KI•ELE] piece unfortunately gets damaged and needs to be repaired, please email us at ask@ki-ele.com or message on Instagram @ki_ele to discuss options.

Common names for Scaevola species include scaevolas, fan-flowers, half-flowers, and naupaka, the plants' Hawaiian name. The flowers are shaped as if they have been cut in half. Consequently, the generic name means "left-handed" in Latin.

Many Hawaiian legends have been told to explain the formation of the shape of the flowers. In one version a woman tears the flower in half after a quarrel with her lover. The gods, angered, turn all naupaka flowers into half flowers and the two lovers remained separated while the man is destined to search in vain for another whole flower.

We use in-house plating, rather than outsourcing to places with concerning working conditions.
Our sterling silver is zero waste! We recycle and reuse every bit of sterling silver used to make your pieces. This is such great sustainable metal that we love using. It can be recycled and remade over + over to reduce the environmental impact of producing or mining new batches of metal.