Our Puka Shell Earrings are perfact for an ocean lover!
Puka, the Hawaiian word for hole, refers to the naturally occurring hole in cone shell fragments.
Puka Shells are found on some Hawaiian beaches. Each one is the top of a cone shell. The shell rolls around in the breaking surf, and the top beaks off. The tip of the spire wears down and makes a puka.
It is said that the shells protects sailors.
The Puka Shell is about ½ inch
The length from the top of the earwire are about 2 ¼
Pairs with our matches our Puka Shell Necklace and Ring
A portion of all sales go to organizations that protect native Hawaiian plants and animals