In collaboration with Bishop Museum's Malacology Department, NOHO HOME presents a three-piece pillowcase set highlighting the tiny and fragile ecosystem of the endangered Hawaiian snail. Imbued with artful shell patterning, earthen colors from their natural habitats and motifs with moʻolelo (stories), NOHO HOME proudly presents the Pūpū Collection.
100% of the profits from the Pūpū Collection will be donated to the Bishop Museum to fund important scientific research and continue the education efforts surrounding our island home.
To learn more about the Pūpū Collection, click HERE.
Kāhuli, or Achatinella mustelina is an endangered snail species endemic to the Waiʻanae mountains of Oʻahu. These snails are easily recognizable by their earth-colored spiral shells and play an integral role in keeping our forests healthy by recycling nutrients back into the ecosystem.
Dimensions, Usage & Care:
- 20" x 20" Pillowcase.
- 100% Heavy Polyester Linen.
- DuPont Teflon finish -- stain and soil release.
- 100,000 double rubs.
- Hospitality Grade.
- Suitable for Indoor Use.
- Hidden zipper.
- Made in Hawaii.
- Machine/hand wash.
- Insert sold separately.