Makana Hut has a selection of Hawaiian Sea Life necklaces made of beautiful Koa Wood. Koa is indigenous to the Hawaiian Islands and has a beautiful grain whose colors range from blonde to deep chocolate brown with deep reddish brown the most common color. Koa is part of the Acacia family of trees and is recognized as one of the finest textured woods in the world.

Koa Wood Ahi - Makana Hut

Much of the Koa trees in the past were harvested with little or no attention to reforestation and resource management. Recently, the State of Hawaii has issued restrictions on the harvesting of these trees as reforestation projects continue to be implemented. 

Koa Honu Ohana Necklace

Above is our Koa Wood Honu Necklace featuring a Mother and her ke iki (child).

Though limited in its abundance, Koa is even more desirable in Hawaii for upscale furniture, woodwork, ukulele, ceremonial bowls and more. Today, more than ever, Koa continues to be a widely recognized symbol of prestige and coloring.

 Ulua Koa Wood Necklace - Makana Hut

Above is our Hawaiian Ulua Koa Wood Necklace. Also know as a Papio in Hawaii and encompasses various members of the jack family.

Koa or Acacia Koa is a large tree, typically attaining a height of 49 to 82 feet and a spread of 20 - 39 feet. In deep volcanic ash, a koa tree can reach a height of 98 feet, a circumference of 20 feet, and a spread of 125 feet. It is one of the fastest-growing Hawaiian trees, capable of reaching 20 - 30 feet in five years on a good site.

Please check out our Koa Wood Jewelry. We have a one of the biggest selections around. KOA WOOD JEWELRY: CLICK HERE