The Na Hoku Tradition
Na Hoku, Hawaiian for "the stars," were once used by voyaging Polynesians as guides on their journeys throughout the Pacific. Today, Na Hoku is your guide to the essence of Hawaiian and Island Lifestyle, captured in our collection of beautiful fine jewelry.
Na Hoku has been creating Hawaii's finest jewelry since 1924 and is the oldest and largest jewelry manufacturer in the State of Hawaii. From the unique jewelry designs that we create in Hawaii to the exclusive designer collections that we present to you, our incomparable selection of Hawaiian and Island Lifestyle jewelry is unmatched for its quality and expert craftsmanship.
Our profound love for the Islands and a deep sense of tradition fuels our passion for fine jewelry making. It is what sets us apart, and will distinguish you as a proud owner of these unique Island treasures.
The Na Hoku Stores
The finest in Hawaiian and Island Lifestyle jewelry collections can be seen in its entirety in our Na Hoku jewelry stores found on the Hawaiian Islands of Oahʻu, Maui, Kauaʻi, and the Big Island of Hawaiʻi, as well as in Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Florida, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Jose, Pleasanton, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Boston, New York, and Washington D.C.
We invite you to visit any of our Na Hoku stores where we will welcome you with the spirit of aloha, and treat you as our honored guest.
The Na Hoku Website
It may not always be possible for you to visit our Na Hoku stores, but you can always shop with us online.
In keeping with our commitment to provide you with the best service possible, most Na Hoku online orders are shipped to you within one to two working days.
The jewelry that we present to you on our website represents our most popular and most requested items. Whether your selection is for yourself or for a special gift, each and every item in the Na Hoku collection imparts the spirit of aloha and the finest in Hawaiian and Island Lifestyle jewelry.
We appreciate your business and your confidence in Na Hoku. Mahalo