Cover and a page from Philip Rickard's book Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry  A Lasting Remembrance
The Iolani Palace Throne Room
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with a picture of Honolulu's Iolani Palace in the late 1800s
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with a Portrait of Queen Liliuokalani by William Cogsswell. Courtesy The Friends of Iolani Palace.
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with trait and a portrait drawing of Queen Liliuakalani
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with a photograph of Aloha Oe Collection including Hawaiian bracelet, Hawaiian ring, and Hawaiian pendant with Hawaiian lei and Aloha Oe Koa box
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with a Hawaiianized English Names
Example of a page from Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry book with pictures of Fort Street, Honolulu, in the 1890s. Courtesy Hawaii State Archives, Historical Records Branch and "Forget Me Not" ring, made in Honolulu, ca. 1880s. Wedding ring of Katie Rose Sims, Betty Fiddler's grandmother, today a treasured remembrance of the family's past. Courtesy Belty Fiddler. Photo by David Millard.
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Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry. A Lasting Remembrance. Book by Philip Rickard

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"Queen Lili'uokalani could not have known that her gift of the Aloha Oe bracelet would be followed only twelve days later by the overthrow of her Kingdom..."

This book is the culmination of six years of research and documenting that for the first time revealed the authentic history of Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry. A history of Queen Liliuokalani, the overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy, and the jewelry that remains as a lasting remembrance of that era.

126 pages. Approx. 11'' x 8.5''

Read Philip Rickard's account of locating the first Hawaiian bracelet here.

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