"silver" jewelry was fake.
Precious Stones sold me fake silver jewelry. The lady swore up and down it was solid silver, it's stamped as real, she will rub it on the silver cloth to prove it's real but it all just silver plated. I paid $219 for 3 pieces. I started feeling tingles in my neck so I took the necklace off to look at it closely and the nickel was bleeding through which I am very allergic to. The amber pendant I also bought was turning. I wiped the back of the pendant with my cleaning cloth and the silver just wiped off and now it's copper colored. I bought all my jewelry on 7/27/11 so it lasted 8 days. Total scammers. They are at spot 6D17 Sun, 4C01 Wed, and 9D01 Sat. This is what is on their business card. If you also got scammed by these merchants please speak up so other's don't do the same. The stuff really does look real but it's not! When will I ever learn?
For a true local experience, look no further than the parking lot of the state's largest stadium, where hundreds of vendors sell a dizzying array of items at bargain prices.. In Short Located outside Hawaii's largest sports venue, the swap meet has been a regular occurrence since 1979. Souvenirs, collectibles, t-shirts, crafts, toys, jewelry, art, and a variety of foods are on display from more than 700 different vendors. Locals and tourists alike head to the market for gifts, amenities, lunch, or just a chance to mingle with friends, family, and strangers in the spirit of "aloha." Comfortable shoes are a must for browsing the endless rows of wares, while Hawaiian shave ice from one of the many concession stands refreshes after hours of bargain-hunting.