Two dozen pieces of dinnerware and glassware commissioned by King David Kalakaua have been returned to their original home.
On Thursday, the Honolulu Museum of Art gave the items to the Friends of Iolani Palace.
The Honolulu Museum of Art collected the dinnerware and glassware over the years as they were gifted by private donors.
The items will be on public display in the Palace's State Dining room and China Closet.
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