This ʻohe kāpala design is a variation of the Makaloa pattern, which were woven into the fine mats of Niʻihau (also called makaloa). This particular grouping represents the ʻohana, that pilina or connecting force which binds the family together from generation to generation. It also represents the maternal and paternal genealogies of ones family.
*Sterling silver pendant comes with approximate 30 inch black suede cord
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