Martin & MacArthur



Enjoy the luxurious feel of premium calf-skin leather in our collection of handbags and accessories. The craftsmen of Martin & MacArthur designed our private collection to combine radiant curly Koa and soft, supple calf skin leather. All the Koa is from our own private stock. Every handbag is crafted to elevate style and functionality. The profile of each handbag is clean and simple. The stitching is perfectly aligned. Ample storage can be found in every compartment of each handbag. Fully-lined with elegant satin. We specially-selected zippers that are strong, sturdy and durable, not flimsy.

Each of our Koa-Leather handbags is made in Hawaii by our own craftsmen in Hawaii. We have been making fine Koa furniture for over 50 years, longer than any other company in the history of Hawaii. We buy more Koa than any other company in Hawaii. It all comes from previously dead and fallen trees. Absolutely no Koa comes from live trees. In fact, we are at the forefront of reforesting Koa in Hawaii. Through our partnership with Hawaii Legacy Hardwoods, we are helping plant over 25,000 new Koa trees on the Big Island each year, in an area that was once a Koa forest owned by King Kamehameha, the Great.

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  • Koa Makes the Perfect Gift for Mother’s Day
    Koa Makes the Perfect Gift for Mother’s Day Martin & MacArthur has been making fine Koa furniture in Hawaii for over 50 years. Today, the company creates personal accessories from Koa wood, as well. Martin & MacArthur creates the only solid Koa wood…

    posted Tuesday, 22 April 2014 08:43
  • Koa for Future Generations of Hawaii
    Koa for Future Generations of Hawaii The popularity of koa wood has never been greater. This beautiful wood is endemic to Hawaii and known for its deep rich colors and varied grain pattern. Koa has a rich heritage in Hawaii, and…

    posted Monday, 24 March 2014 16:43
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