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Na Lima Hana Festival

Two vivacious, happy friends enjoying the Na Lima Hana Charity Artists’ Festival sponsored by the Hilton Hotel Waikoloa, Hawaii.   Elvie Cacho is modelling the […]

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Hapu’u Fern Jewelry

At an Artists’ Charity event “Na Lima Hana” at the Hilton, Waikoloa (as long ago as Thanksgiving in 2014) I was flattered by another artist […]

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Which was the Unique Orchid?

One’s alive, the other’s a Real Flower Jewelry piece. Several attendees at the Hilo Orchid Show in August this year were drawn to one small […]

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What on Earth is the UH800 Peloria Mutation?

For many years, the Hawaii orchid industry could supply white orchids for only a limited seasonal period each year. Then, in 1990 UH Manoa released […]

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Hilo Orchid Show

 Hilo Annual Orchid Show with its beautiful displays under the strikingly roofed open ended Edith Kanakaole Stadium.

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Those Real Flower Earrings!

A happy night at the Sheraton – here Mom Michelle proudly shows young Delanie looking lovely with her new real flower earrings – proving they […]

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Nature’s Products Never Clash

Customers sometimes see a piece of Real Flower Jewelry and exclaim, “oh, that’s not my color”, or “oh, she never wears gold (or silver)”. Sometimes these […]

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Give this design a name!

Hilo Annual Orchid Show 2014 Eden Patino (pronounced Edden by the way) is a striking lady under any circumstances and all the more so when […]

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Wearable Floral Art

I personally view my products as “wearable floral art”, not jewelry. That last word in the company’s name is for simplicity and identification in a […]

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New Products! New Designs!

Busy time in the next few weeks … I am preparing full-time for the following events: Haleiwa Art Festival July 20 & 21 (Saturday and […]

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Feature in Ke Ola Magazine

Couldn’t be happier with the “Ke Ola Magazine” article spread on Real Flower Jewelry in the 2013 July Issue. Thanks to the Ke Ola Magazine […]

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Elaine turns heads at the Kupuna Festival

“WOW!” At the Kupuna Hula Festival last month – Elaine Mayer turned heads wherever she went! This strikingly attractive lady in her own right, was […]

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From Hilo Hat to Japanese Blouse

Hideaki & Tomoyo Ueta are four times repeat visitors to Hilo from Japan. Here Tomoyo, on her most recent visit in September, has selected a […]

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Renovations done at last

After months of disruption and confusion the Sheraton Hotel & Spa at Keauhou is now ready to showcase the final and wonderful results of its […]

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Made in Hawaii Festival

First Hawaiian Bank presents the Made in Hawaii Festival, August 17-19, 2012 HONOLULU – Save the date! The 18th annual Made in Hawaii Festival is […]



What is Real Flower Jewelry?thumbnail-1

Our products are made from flowers and plants using special techniques, which make them practical to wear as fashion accessories, permanently (as opposed to the short term limitations of fresh cut flowers). Our techniques are constantly evolving from fashion trends & technical developments. Currently, all our pieces are made from flowers & plants grown in Hawaii yet not necessarily limited to that source.  At varying times our jewelry pieces have been made from flowers grown in Europe (particularly England) and extensively at one time using roses from Oregon. We guarantee the performance of our Real Flower Jewelry: see our FAQ’s section.

We also make custom designs particularly for special events such as weddings. Our amazing preservation techniques, which give each piece of flower jewelry its unmatched quality, are trade secrets exclusive to Real Flower Jewelry Inc. Furthermore, Honeyman’s research and development has resulted in registered patents with several more pending. For years, Honeyman has studied many different flowers to perfect our products, working from widely different climates and locations - principally in Rhodesia (now known as Zimbabwe) in South Africa, California, and for an extended period in The City of Roses, Portland, Oregon. He currently operates from The Orchid Isle, the Big Island of Hawaii.