Canoe paddling can be observed and participated by many islanders. Anciently, canoe paddling was a part of everyday life. It was the only mode of transportation between islands. Fishermen used canoes to fish and bring food to their family. It kept the Polynesians active and fit. Our artist has captured this favorite pasttime in this cultural representation. This 18k gold and polished mother of pearl pendant portrays the essence of those early islanders.
Height: 25 mm
Gold chain not included.
French-Tahitian designer Anne Laure presents a new and exotic jewelry collection. As an island girl, Anne learned to love her Polynesian culture and traditions. This love has inspired a truly unique and striking "Tehani Collection." Using black coral (Hawaii's official gemstone) and a selection of 18k gold, mother of pearl shell and sterling silver, Anne's designs are a tribute to both Tahiti and Hawaii.
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