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Below are the Hawaiian Hula figurines which are available right now:

Photo #1 - Large - Standing 10", Medium - Standing 6", Medium Sitting 4",
Small - Standing 4", XSmall - Sitting 2"

Photo #2 - Large -Standing 9" & 10",
Medium - Standing 5" & 6", Medoim Sitting 3",
Small - Standing 3''

Photo #3 - Large -Standing 10"
Medium - Standing 5"- 6", Medium Sitting 3"


Photo #4 -
Large - Standing 10", Large Sitting 6"
Medium - Standing 5" - 6", Medium Sitting 3"
Small - Standing 3" - 4"



Photo #5 - Large - Standing 10", Large Lying 8" wide, Large Sitting 6"
Medium - Standing 5" & 6",
Medium Sitting 3", Medium lying 5" wide
Small Standing 4", XSmall - Standing 3"

Photo #6 - Large Standing - 9" & 10"
M
edium Standing - 5" & 6"
Small - Standing - 4"


Photo #7 - Large Kona Coffee Lady Standing - 10" high

Photo #8 - Queen Liliuokalani - 11" high

Hawaii's last monarch was Queen Liliuokalani who lived from 1838-1917. Her reign was from 1891-1893 until it was overthrown by a group of American businessmen who wanted Hawaii to become part of America. This doll sculpture is in honor of her. The Hawaiian royalty wore elaborate gowns for important occasions and black was the color chosen most often. They also wore satin sashes which were decorated with precious metal and stone ornaments.

Photo #9 - Medium Standing 6"
Small Standing 4"
XSmall Standing 3"
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If you would like to see a larger picture of any of these please send an email and mention which figurine you are interested in.
Prices for these are listed below.

LARGE FIGURINES - SITTING 6" HIGH, STANDING 10 " HIGH
Hawaiian Hula Dancer or Coffee Picker ............................................... $158.00
Hawaiian Hula Girl with fruit platter ........................................................$168.00

MEDIUM FIGURINES - SITTING 4'' HIGH, STANDING 6" HIGH
Hawaiian Hula Dancer .............................................................................$88.00
Hawaiian Hula Girl with fruit platter ..........................................................$98.00

SMALL FIGURINES - SITING  2-3 " HIGH,  STANDING  3-4 " HIGH
Hawaiian Menehune.................................................................................$58.00
Hawaiian Hula Dancer Keiki (Child) 4" high..............................................$68.00
Hawaiian Hula Dancer Keiki (Child) 3" high..............................................$66.00
Tiny Hula Baby in Shell Christmas Ornament............................................$40.00

RIDERS ON HORSES
Hawaiian Pa`u Rider 14" High................................................................$250.00
Hawaiian Pa`u Rider  12" High...............................................................$230.00

SPECIALITY FIGURINE
Queen Liliuokalani..................................................................................$220.00

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"Hula is the language of the heart and therefore the heartbeat of the Hawaiian people." -Kalakaua Rex-

A graceful girl with long hair and dark eyes, grass skirt swaying side to side, her hands telling stories of life in Hawaii and the beauty of the islands. The image of the Hawaiian hula dancer recalls not only Hawaiian days gone by, but the new Hawaii of today. Hula means dance in Hawaiian. It has been passed down for hundreds of years in Hawaii and even today it is still evolving. Yet no one knows where or why the hula began, or how the ancient Hawaiians danced. There are no records. In the old days hula was exchanged between islanders to preserve their culture, share histories and tell stories. It was a simple dance with only a few basic steps. The different islands developed their own styles simply because the distances between each other was too far to travel very often. When the missionaries arrived they found the dance indecent and discouraged its practice. It was even forbidden to dance it in public. The hula seemed sure to become obsolete if not for the revival in the early 1900's by interested visitors to Hawaii. The hula dancers of today are sharing in the knowledge and culture of their rich and colorful past, bringing from deep within the dancer a spiritual heritage linking the beauty of Hawaii  today with the Hawaii of yesterday.


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Enchanted Fantasies, Kandice Crusat
P.O.Box 6932
Ocean View   HI   96737
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