|Samoan 'Ula Fala|
The 'Ula Fala are made from the pandanus fruit. The pieces are dried and painted red. The lei or necklace, measures approximately 45" long.
|Samoan Hau Wood Christmas Ornament|
Manuia le Kirisimasi - (Merry Christmas in Samoan). The distinctly Samoan tapa (siapo) patterns and designs perfectly blend with the classic Christmas ornament ball.
Regular price: $10.00
Sale price: $7.00
|Pago Pago Coco Earrings|
Fine coconut jewelry, inlaid with light and dark shells and woven pandanus leaf blending traditional skills and patterns with innovative designs.
|Samoan Turtle Shell Bangle - Tau Lima|
Faux turtle shell bangle - tau lima, is a striking Samoan turtle shell textured bracelet.
|Samoan Traditional Tanoa Bowl|
Our traditional tanoa fa'iva bowl (kava bowl) is an artistic reproduction highlighted by decorative incised carvings and coconut sennit weaving.
|Samoan Contemporary Kava Bowl|
Introduced in the 1920s, this style featured a change from cylindrical legs to flat, wide legs following the circumferenctial curve of the bowl.
|Samoan Ula Nifo Necklace|
Our modern adaption includes dark soap seeds in between the the long bone pieces or come in the classic look.
|Samoan Nifo Oti Bone Pendant|
It's hand carved, and hand crafted in Samoa with a hand painted traditional tattoo or tatau design. No two are alike. All handcrafted individually.
Regular price: $18.00
Sale price: $12.00
Samoan Siapo. Each piece is unique from variations in the tapa and dyes. Each is hand painted. Suitable for framing.
Regular price: $20.00
Sale price: $15.00
|Samoan Siapo Lua|
Yes, you are seeing double. By request, we've added larger tapa pieces suitable for framing.
|Samoan Lauhala Roll|
The lauhala roll, or laufala, as it is known in Samoa, is made of approximately 60 leaves. Imported. Product of Samoa.
|Samoan Rubber Cricket Ball|
Our rubber balls are handmade from crafters in Samoa. Slightly smaller than a baseball and almost as hard, these rubber balls really bounce.
|Samoan Turtle Shell Hair Comb|
Long, healthy hair is always adorned with this faux turtle shell hair comb. It's so popular in Samoa, most girls and women have at least a few.
|Samoan Hau Fibers|
The fibers are made from the wild hibiscus plant that thrives in the tropical climate of the Polynesian islands. Each piece is unique.