Kukui Nut Money Lei
$120.00 – $240.00
This Kukui Nut Money Lei is a fun way to give money for graduation or any special celebration. Each money lei will include ten flowers constructed with three bills each. Simply select the amount of cash you’d like us to attach.
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NOTE: ONE-WEEK advanced notice is required. Item is subject to cancellation otherwise. **ALL SALES FINAL WHEN SHIPPED**
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Additional Product Information
COMPOSITION & CONSTRUCTION
Materials Used: Kukui
Hawaiian Name: Kukui
Scientific Name: Aleurites moluccana
The Kukui nuts are polished and sanded before strung to create this Kukui Nut Lei.
Want to give more than $30? Custom order your Money Lei in the following amounts:
$70 Money Lei ~$160 (10 flowers, each constructed with one $5 bill and two $1 bills)
$110 Money Lei ~$200 (10 flowers, each constructed with two $5 bills and one $1 bill)
$150 Money Lei ~$240 (10 flowers, each constructed with three $5 bills)
Width: 1 inch in diameter.
Length: Hangs about 18 inches from neck when worn (40 inches long before being tied).
Durability: Extremely durable and non-perishable.
Instructions: No special care needed – lasts forever.
The kukui, or candlenut tree, was probably introduced to Hawaii by early Polynesian settlers, because it has always been an essential part of Hawaiian society. Oil extracted from the kernels was used for lamps. Dyes for tapa cloth were obtained from the roots and green seed covering. Polished kukui nuts were sewn into leis. Because the tree’s products played an important part in the daily lives of the Hawaiians, the kukui nut tree has been designated the State Tree of Hawaii and the lei made of its flowers and leaves represent the Island of Molokai.
|Dimensions||17.0 × 6.0 × 2.0 in|