Eco Friendly Black Jewelry(54 items)
Discover the unique collection of Eco Friendly Black Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Black Jewelry
This is for a gift for my daughter, a librarian. She will absolutely love it! A very special piece that I am sure she will treasure always!
Great bracelet - especially for bee lovers!
I have a fair amount of bee-themed jewelry (I am a supporter of bee-positive actions), and this fits right into my collection. It also coordinates beautifully with a black and yellow necklace that I previously purchased from Novica. The bracelet is not at all tight, but not so loose that it will fall off. Just a very comfortable fit. The yellow is a perfect shade, not at all muddy. Im very happy with my purchase.
Received bracelet as promised and it will be a wardrobe staple. Well crafted and a strong presence on the wrist. Thanks for this artistic and reasonably priced piece of jewelry.
Ila Suleyman Leather and beaded jewelry
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
Popular Eco Friendly Black Jewelry
African Artisan Crafted Braided Cord Bracelet with Beads, "Lagos Braid"
Classic shades of black and white make this bracelet from Ghanaian artisan Nonyem Abena Ibeneme a versatile accessory. The artisan braids nylon cords together, adding recycled glass and black wood beads along the way. The bracelet closes with a recycled glass bead for a toggle.
Recycled Paper and Gemstone Waterfall Necklace from Brazil, "Iguazu Muse"
Francis Oliveira creates a very original necklace as she makes a statement for ecological responsibility. Crocheted by hand, the necklace features cascading cylinders handmade from recycled magazine paper. Glistening hematite, goldstone and glass beads complete the dazzling design.
Black-Red-Yellow Ghanaian Necklace of Recycled Beads, "Bright Ghanaian Thank You"
Eight scintillating strands of red, black and yellow beads combine with white for a dramatic necklace. Ila Suleyman selects seed beads of recycled glass and disks of recycled plastic to make a statement for the ecology. He names his design which means "Thank You" in the language of Northern Ghana.