LEI WILIWILI POEPOE

LEI WILIWILI POEPOE

300.00

In Old Hawai'i feather work was a unique art. People of royal lineage would wear them as their daily attire. Feathers gathered from the Native Hawaiian birds were prizes possessions. 
Today, we use them when dancing Hula to represent a a place, mo'olelo (story), or bird. They are also used to congratulate a person of high achievement, or symbolic union (weddings, etc.). These beautiful fragile lei of Hawai'i are called Lei Hulu.

Made from Hulunani by Leonani

Lei Wiliwili Poepoe Maku'e | Brown & Tan feather lei | 12 inches in length | the diameter is about 1 1/2 inches | each feather size is 1 inch long. | Ribbon tie at end.

* Maku'e meaning the color "Brown" in Hawaiian.

Special Orders, sizes, & color designs available upon request.

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