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Punch Things Up With 6 Ocean-Inspired Finds From Hawai’i Designers

Summer’s sunny days call for a switch in jewelry style from basic to ultra-bright.


Photo: David Croxford 


1. By Chari gold-fill shark tooth bracelets, $40 each, Owens & Co., 1152 Nu‘uanu Ave., 531-4300.  
2. Ginger13 carved-bone, jasper and amazonite necklace, $118, Ginger13, 22 S. Pauahi St., 531-5311.  
3 & 4. J By Justine Jobs Tear Mala Tahitian pearl and shell necklace, $150, and Mala coral and shell necklace, $70, Fighting Eel, Kāhala Mall, 738-4912.
5 & 6. A.Wattz Dezigns beaded bracelet, $44, and shell earrings, $56, Olive Boutique, 43 Kīhāpai St., 263-9919.


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