Sig Zane Designer Pareu
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- Estimated Value
- $45 USD
- $25 USD to kaiolu
- Number of Bids
- 3 - Bid History
This pareu features Sig Zane's Niu Haku (coconut) print in parsley. Planting a coconut tree for a newborn was most significant. Because of its long life, the coconut was meant to feed that child for the rest of his life. Famous are the beckoning coconut trees at Kaipalaoa, at Hilo One. Made and printed exclusively in Hawaii by Hawaii designer, Sig Zane.
The pareu is Hawai‘i in a wrap around lifestyle: versatile, comfortable, and limitless in its uses. What started as a hobby of making sarongs as birthday and Christmas gifts in the late 70's, grew into a company because of overwhelming demand! The two-yard length of fabric is seamed at the edges and rectangular in its finished shape -- great for use as a table cloth, wall hanging, or folded and tied as a carry-all. Strapless, over the shoulder or tied at the waist, the pareu drapes beautifully over a swimsuit, undergarment or nothing at all! Fabric is machine-washable 100% cotton broadcloth.
Proceeds benefit Kona Historical Society, a 501c3 nonprofit. Winning bidder is responsible for shipping and Hawai`i State tax (4.166%). We try our best to ship items as economically as possible. Most are shipped flat rate but larger or unusually shaped items may need to be shipped priority. Winning bidder is also responsible for postal insurance if the item’s value is over $500. As with all auctions, item is sold “as is” with no refunds available.
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