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Hawaiian Frangipani Leis

Lei is a Hawaiian word for garland or wreath - a series of objects strung together into a necklace. The most popular concept in Hawaiian culture is a wreath of flowers draped over the shoulders, presented upon arrival or departure or for special occasions such as weddings, birthdays etc. In addition to the standard leis there are also leis for the head, the wrists and the ankles. ... read more... read more

The original ones are most commonly made from fresh flowers, leaves, vines, fern fronds and seeds, using a base material such as tree bark or long leaves and braiding it while adding the fresh material. The most common flowers are plumerias(frangipani), orchids and pikake though several varieties of leaves are popular especially for traditional hula dancers. Ti leaf lei is thin and braided and can be entirely made from only fresh green ti leaves. Maile lei is another type of Hawaiian lei which has a looser and completely leafy appearance made from the leaves of teh maile vine.

There are many other types of les including shells, seeds, bones, sweets, fabric flowers etc. The leis I sell are Hawaiian "silk" leis. They are not actually silk but are a long-lived polyester fabric that is washable (by hand and carefully) and should last almost indefinitely. There are approximately 100 plumeria (frangipani) flowers tightly packed on the approximately 1 metre circumference lei, with occasional pieces of baby's breath and little fern fronds. They come in beautiful colours and are great for all occasions.

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