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Hawaiian Paradise Urns is an online web site dedicated to selling objects of art that can also be used as furnerary urns. We are located near Volcano, on the Big Island of Hawaii about 26 miles from Hilo. Hawaii island is the southernmost and largest island of the Hawaiian chain and the state of Hawaii. Our regular gallery, Hawaiian Paradise Gallery is only open by appointment, but we hope you enjoy the online gallery of our selection of urns and special vessels, which is always open for your convenience.
The Hawaiian Paradise Urn online gallery displays and sells some of the finest art objects created from woods grown on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The gallery is exclusively dedicated to selling turned, sculpted or crafted wood art that are appropriate for display as art objects, but also useful as containers for the remains of your loved one. The objects displayed on this site are created by some of the finest artists and craftspersons living in the Hawaiian Islands. Most of the artists displaying work here are members of the Big Island Woodturner's Club. Their web site is at BigIslandWoodturners.com
Please note: Each urn is an individual, hand crafted piece of art. As each piece of raw wood is different, each bowl or vessel is the result of both the spirit of the wood and the expression of the artist, therefore, each object will be different. These objects are not the result of some third-world factory, and are created one at a time by our local artists. We take the time to photograph and display each item individually, so you can see the actual object that is available. Each urn shown on our site is made in Hawaii from tropical woods that grow here.
As you browse our gallery, you will find that we have a diverse selection of urns, enclosed bowls and vessels turned from the beautiful woods of Hawaii.
Hawaii's premier bowl wood is Koa, but enclosed vessels are made from a wide variety of woods such as Norfolk Pine, Mango, Milo, Kamani, Sugi, Coconut and other woods that grow in the islands. Please understand that each bowl is unique, and that computer monitors can differ in their color rendition. We try to make the picture appear as close as possible for the largest number of computer monitors, but some color differences are likely. We also try to describe the object as clearly as possible. If you need additional information on any item in our gallery before purchase, please contact us. Please note that sales are be based on stock on hand at the time order is placed. In the event the item you order has already been purchased, we will contact you as soon as possible to allow you to make another choice. With that being said, we know that you will be thrilled with the look and beauty of these bowls and vessels made from some of the most unique woods of the world.
Please review our shipping and return policies before ordering. You can find links to both policies in the navigation area at the left of this page.
Like many sites, this one will be continually under construction. Please visit often to see what's new!
Please take a little time to look around, and if you like the site, tell your friends. If you don't like the site, or something about some content on the site, please tell us.
Thank you for your interest.
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Hawaiian Paradise Urns. POBox 124, Hawaii National Park, HI, 96718. 808-640-3549