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Hawaiian Fish Hook Necklace is your trusted supplier of hand made Hawaiian fish hook necklaces. Browse our shop and find the perfect piece for what your looking for. Thinking of a nice gift? Perhaps, you’d like to treat yourself to a Hawaiian Makau (fish hook necklace). With pieces ranging from 35-1000+ dollars you are sure to find the perfect Hawaiian hook necklace for any occasion.
You will find luxury fish hook necklaces, custom made hooks by Po’okela, and affordable pieces hand selected by Hawaiian Fish Hook Necklace.
Every piece that’s hand crafted by Po’okela will have a picture of his hand next to the description to assure you that you are purchasing an authentic piece. Other pieces are made available at an affordable price to everyone who would like to share the gift of aloha through Hawaiian fish hooks.
What type of hooks can I buy on your site?
Custom Made Makau’s (Fish Hook Necklaces) are carved on a per order basis and will have an icon of my hand in gold with the Hawaiian Islands stamped on it to symbolize; *Custom Made and One of a Kind.
Handmade Makau’s (Fish Hook Necklaces) are inspirational carvings and will have an icon of my hand in green with the Hawaiian Islands stamped on it to symbolize; *Handmade and One of a Kind.
Hand Selected Makau’s (Fish Hook Necklaces) will have an icon of my hand in red to symbolize; *Hand Selectd
Hand selected hooks are made available to bring you quality fish hook necklace at an affordable price.
Where did you learn to carve Hawaiian fish hooks?
A CARVERS TALE
10 years ago, I had a dream to be an artist and make a living doing doing something I enjoy. I wanted to remove the idea of the, “struggling artist”, and become an, “Accomplished Artist”. Carving was something I always liked doing so I went on a journey to learn how to carve the traditional Makau (Hawaiian Fish Hook). During my search, I found mentors who taught me how to carve the Makau, braid the rope, and lash the hook in a traditional style. After 5 years of training, I knew my time had come to sell them. It is now my dream to carry on the tradition of Hawaiian hook carving and share the gift with the world.
When I was born my aunty gave me the middle name Po’okela meaning, “Champion”. After completing my search and taking the time to perfect each Makau (Fish Hook Necklace), I finally felt like I deserved the name Po’okela. I hope everyone who wears a Makau that I carve will feel the Mana (Power) and be reminded they can do anything they dream and ask of in life.