Located on O'ahu's southern coast, the iconic silhouette of Lē'ahi State Monument sits just east of Waikīkī. The 760ft tuff crater was believed to contain diamonds on its slopes. These turned out to really be shiny calcite crystals. This is where the name 'Diamond Head' originates.
Pictured here cruising in the surf is a well known 'ilio holo i ka uaua named Rocky. Hawaiian Monk Seals are one of the most endangered seal species in the world.
The plant featured on this card is an endangered shrub called Diamond Head Schiedea (Schiedea adamantis). It is endemic to O'ahu and only found on the northwest rim of Lē'ahi's crater.
This pin is part of our stamp collection.
⁂ Details ⁂
∙ 1.5” Hard enamel pin
∙ Shiny gold finish.
∙ Double-post pin back
∙ Gold pinch-clasps or upgrade to *Deluxe Gold locking clasps
∙ Logo backstamp
∙ Fully illustrated double-sided backing card
∙ Original Illustration by Chloé Selarque
Notice : Pins are sharp/have small parts & are not intended for children. Please be aware of your safety and those around you. Pins are individually made by hand so some irregularity can be expected - no two pins are ~exactly~ the same.
*Deluxe Gold locking clasps are an excellent choice for those wanting extra security - the locking clasp keeps your pin in place and won’t accidentally fall off. No more lost pins! To open: lift top lip up to release clasp.