Eco Friendly Coconut Shell Jewelry(73 items)
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Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Coconut Shell Jewelry
By native texan
This is a unique cross!
I have collected crosses since I was a child and this cross is truly a collectors item! The artist has captured a cross enclosed in a coconut shell. It is truly a different sort of cross for the cross lover. It is so pretty with a dellicate cross surrounded by a coconut shell. It is a nice addition to my collection of crosses!
Makes me Smile to Wear This
There is nothing I would change...high quality, beautiful and fun. Perfect size for most necklines. Truth be told, this was purchased as a gift for a friend but it never got to her. I love it!
Beautiful & Versatile
I like the design of this necklace. It will work with lots of looks. Its well-made and versatile. Thank you.
Sasithon Saisuk Handcrafted jewelry and fashion accessories
"It is the melding of art and local beauty expressed in the combination of materials."
Popular Eco Friendly Coconut Shell Jewelry
Sese Wood Coconut Shell and Plastic Earrings from Ghana, "African Monolith"$23.99
Beads of sese wood, coconut shell, and recycled plastic are stacked like stoic monoliths in this pair of dangle earrings from Ghana. Designed by Catherine Offei Kwapong, the earrings feature shades of brown, hanging from brass hooks.
Unique Coconut Shell Stretch Bracelet, "Naa Awula"$25.99
Tina Quaye selects vibrant colors for a bracelet of organic elegance. She crafts the stretch bracelet by hand with wedges carved from coconut shell painted with natural dyes. They are separated by sese wood beads. Quaye names her design the Ga word for "Lady."
Purple Sese Wood and Coconut Shell Stacked Dangle Earrings, "Vineyard Delight"$23.99
Reminiscent of a lush vineyard, these earrings are handcrafted by Catherine Offei Kwapong. Purple sese wood globes are paired with recycled coconut shell and plastic disks in a celebration of Ghanaian colors. They dance on brass hooks.