Handicrafts of the Marshall Islands
Marshallese Kili bags are crafted with the finest, white outer skin of
the coconut frond. The tighter the weave, the better the bag. Come in two
sizes: large (right) and small (left).
How about a woven hat to go with your Kili bag? Tre's chic!
Another more casual-style handbag has a shoulder strap and a woven design.
Yet another option is the zippered woven clutch purse.
Shells are found in nearly all Marshallese necklaces. Shown here is only
one of many styles.
The Marshallese "wut," or headband, is a common sight in the
Marshalls, particularly at special occasions. Made with colorful weaving
and decorative shells.
Hang these beautiful fans on your wall or use to keep away the heat, like
they do in the Marshalls. They come in a variety of colors and shapes.
Keep your cigarettes in style in these colorful cigarette cases. Made similarly to the kili bag.
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