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Chinese nephrite-jade carvings, Japanese lacquer and screens, and Buddhist sculptures are among the international pieces displayed here. www.robynbuntin.com.
The heirloom design collection of this famed jeweler features custom Hawaiian wedding jewelry, sought by various celebrities. There's another location at Ala Moana. www.philiprickard.com.
Housed in a converted silo in the old Waialua Sugar Mill, this is a working factory where you can watch the soap as it's made. The soaps are all natural and use as many local ingredients as possible. The factory also sells gift sets and T-shirts. www.hawaiianbathbody.com.
While playing on the North Shore, check out this open-air plaza that includes North Shore Custom and Design Swimwear for mix-and-match bikinis off the rack, as well as Jungle Gems, where they make almost all of the precious and semiprecious gemstone jewelry on the premises. And don't miss the Silver Moon Emporium or Outrigger Trading Company upstairs. People drive out of their way for The Coffee Gallery, or for happy hour at Cholo's Homestyle Mexican Restaurant.
Newt is known for high-quality, hand-woven Panama hats and tropical sportswear. www.newtattheroyal.com.
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