Kauai Puka Shell Anklet – A local favorite: “Ocean Tuff” Kauai Puka Shell Anklet – made with authentic hand-picked Puka Shells from the beaches of Kauai, Hawaii. The shells can be reversed to display the front or back of the shells. Goes great with any of our other Puka Shell Jewelry. Anklets are hand-woven using durable and weather-resistant waxed cording – it has a soft feel and is light weight. Surf, swim, play, wear casual or dressy – these are made to last and are water-friendly.
The clasp is a hand-picked puka shell, also from the island of Kauai, Hi. The Puka shell clasp acts like a locking clasp and helps prevent loss while playing in the waves. Each piece of our jewelry is a piece of art that is unique to Kauai and is guaranteed authentic and genuine quality. Aloha!
PHOTOS ARE FOR EXAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY!
Your jewelry will vary slightly due to the unique nature of shells, pearls, and/or gemstones.
Sizes: 9″, 10″, 11″
To ensure a proper fit, we strongly recommend measuring your actual ankle (above or below, depending on preference) and ordering a size that will fit as snug as possible, as some stretching/settling (up to 1/4″) will occur.
- Small (9″) – fits up to an 8.5″ ankle.
- Medium (10″) – fits up to a 9.5″ ankle.
- Large (11″) – fits up to a 10.5″ ankle.
Please contact us for anklet sizes larger than 10.5″ using the Product Inquiry tab.
Puka shells originally were naturally occurring bead-like objects which can be found on some beaches in Hawaii. Each one was the beach-worn apex of a cone snail shell, a kind of seashell from a sea snail. Puka is the Hawaiian word for “hole” and refers to the naturally occurring hole in the middle of these rounded and worn shell fragments. These natural beads were made into necklaces.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puka_shell (opens in a new window)