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We are thinking about buy a Niihau Necklace on Kauai that I can wear for my Kauai wedding. Can someone who has shopped for these on Kauai tell me where we should look for them.

I've seen some photos of them on the web and there are some very pretty ones. I was wondering (for the price) they really quite interesting and pretty in person? I read that they can take a year or more to make but they don't seem like they would take that long. Is it the actual sewing the shells together or finding the shells to make a whole necklace?

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