Hawaiian bubble shell necklaces are sacred leis often given for big transitions in life, such as graduation and marriage.
Seashells are found in abundance in the Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures. The Polynesian people have a deep connection to nature and the ocean. This deep connection has led to a variety of interesting cultural interpretations. Many of their spiritual beliefs center around the sea and its various creatures like a seashell. It is said that the shells were thought to provide protection to sailors. Finding a shell is also seen as good luck, with the more symmetrical the shell, the better your luck would be.
A seashell is a great reminder of the wonderful journey through life. Shells left behind on a beach remind you of a life once lived. Seashells can be hundreds of years old. The fact the shell is in your hands right now is a remarkable coincidence. You are a part of that shell’s eternal journey. seashell represents strength. The shell itself protected a creature and guided it on its journey in life. Shells are regularly used as decorations to bring our minds to a calm ocean mindset.
This stunning, shiny “lei” necklace ties behind the neck with a satin ribbon for comfort, but is big enough to extend lower. Just untie the ribbon and adjust accordingly. This necklace measures 15″ inches when hanging around the neck.