Balinese Protection(73 items)
Welcome to the Balinese Protection Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Balinese Protection
Stunning and Sweet
This was my first purchase with Novica. The earrings are beautiful, just like the photo. I love the packaging, it came with a postcard from Bali with an hand written note. I ll be ordering more. The earrings are lovely, the product touched my heart, and customer care kept me updated with emails. Thank you!
A treasure! Beautifully done,very solid so with proper care this mask should hold up for years and years to come.I fell in love with it when I saw it online,and its just as fabulous in person.Wonderful piece!
Sukartini Handcrafted jewelry
"Today I work together with local silversmiths to promote Bali's beauty in our own way."
Popular Balinese Protection
Silver Amazonite and Blue Enamel Harmony Ball Necklace, "Blue Lace Angel Chime"$109.99
A sterling silver teardrop with lacy openwork patterns hosts a sleek blue enameled globe inside. It chimes like a small bell. Ketut Sulastri crafts the necklace by hand with polished spheres of amazonite along the long silver chain.
Also called "angel necklaces" and "harmony balls," Such necklaces are often worn by pregnant women in Bali and also in Mexico. The chain lets the pendant reach to the belly and the delicate sounds are thought to soothe the mother and the baby she is carrying. Some believe it summons a guardian angel, thus making it a symbol of loving protection.
Unique Sterling Silver and Blue Topaz Dangle Earrings, "Sumatra Moons"$59.95
Finely detailed, these earrings by Diah Arini glisten with feminine elegance. The earrings are crafted by hand with sterling silver and 5 gemstone carats of blue topaz, gem of truth, forgiveness and it represents December´s birthstone.
.925 Sterling silver
Silver Balinese Harmony Ball Necklace, "Sweet Breeze"$69.99
Spiraling sterling tendrils evoke the sweet sea breezes that caress the island of Bali. They cover a silver globe in this necklace from Sukartini. The petite pendant holds a hidden brass ball that makes sound.
Also called "angel necklaces" and "harmony balls," Such necklaces are often worn by pregnant women in Bali and also in Mexico. Some wear them on a short chain as an amulet. Others prefer a chain that lets the pendant reach to the belly, as the delicate sounds are thought to soothe the mother and the baby she is carrying. Some believe it summons a guardian angel, thus making it a symbol of loving protection.
Sterling Silver Hamsa Symbol Band Ring from Indonesia, "Hamsa Ropes"$29.99
An elegant hand wraps around the finger in this Indonesian band ring. The hamsa is a symbol used in many religious and spiritual traditions, associated with powers of protection. Yus Swarmana designs this ring, handcrafted from sterling silver with delicate rope motifs.