The twelth day of the Hawaiian lunar month, Mōhalu translates to 'open or unfold' like flowers that are in bloom. It is the night when the shape of the moon begins to appear round. It literally describes the transition from bud to blossom and figuratively refers to the rite of passage from maidenhood to motherhood.
Exquisite mother of pearl pikake flowers dangle from our fancy chain. Pikake flowers are as lovely as they are fragrant and are traditionally used to make leis. This unique piece can be your "piece of Hawaii" to carry with you everyday.