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Haf’liua, also known as Split Island, is part of a chain of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about 400 miles north of the Republic of Fiji.
Haf’liua was named for a perpendicular cleft, which the sea passes through, the vertical walls just a few yards apart. Caught between the walls is a large boulder, lodged there for all of recorded history.
The polished Korean tray is a casting of 85% mica and graphite.