Eco Friendly Ceramic Jewelry(67 items)
Discover the unique collection of Eco Friendly Ceramic Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Ceramic Jewelry
I purchased this necklace as a gift. The recipient was blown away and loved everything about it. When she learned about where I made the purchase, she was even more pleased that her gift made a difference to someone. Stunningly beautiful!
Just what I wanted
I tend to wear a lot of black. However, I like to add an accessory that is beautifully unusual and colorful. This necklace is perfect for me.
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 Ceramic Jewelry
Ceramic Wood and Recycled Plastic Beaded Stretch Bracelet, "Eco-Friendly Fashion"
Designed by Ghanaian artisan Catherine Offei Kwapong, this bohemian accessory circles the wrist with beads of sese wood, handcrafted ceramic, and recycled plastic. This stretch bracelet makes for an eco-friendly and fashionable accessory wherever it goes.
Unique Coconut Shell Dangle Earrings, "Medieval Nature"
"The subtle organic colors and style of this design makes me think of medieval architecture," confides Nonyem Abena Ibeneme. The earrings are crafted by hand with ornate terracotta beads centering coconut shell squares. The earrings dangle from brass hooks.
Ceramic and Recycled Glass Beaded Pendant Necklace, "Elolo Beauty"
Designed by Beauty Sagatey in Ghana, this bohemian and eco-friendly necklace combines the beauty of ceramic with recycled glass. Four handcrafted ceramic beads decorate a beaded strand of clear and green-hued recycled glass. A handmade ceramic pendant dangles from the center. This accessory is named meaning "big" in Ewe.
Recycled Glass and Clay Beaded Necklace from Ghana, "Zebra Crossing"
Featuring round clay beads with two-tone designs that mimic the appearance of zebra stripes, this beaded necklace is crafted by Ivy Mowtey, an inspired artisan from Ghana. Petite white glass beads on multiple strands divide the larger clay beads for a complex look. The glass beads used on this necklace are recycled, promoting an eco-friendly attitude.