4 comments on “Kamani, True and False

  1. Beautiful wood turnings!! would you happen to have any small koa bowls with lids for sale or milo turning blanks…thank you for any assistance or referrals to other possible resources tg

  2. Your wonderful photos and great text made me think of our trees. There two kamani trees on the grounds of ‘Iolani Palace between the Bandstand and fence on the ‘ewa side of the grounds. The makai tree is a true Kamani, the mauka tree a false kamani.

  3. Just turned a vessel out of true Kamani. Beautiful wood and very unique grain patterns.

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