Hill Tribe Macrame Jewelry(70 items)
Discover the unique collection of Hill Tribe Macrame Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Hill Tribe Macrame Jewelry
Part of my wrist
The feel to identify with a item that has been created with the hope that bring togetherness to all involved
The best bracelet so far
I bought this bracelet because I heard that Garnet is good for my body and health, besides its beautiful and perfect made. Definitely I cant feel regret.
Samart Takham Handcrafted jewelry
"When my village began to prosper many investors bought land to build houses to sell, so I had to sell my fields because the surrounding ones had already been bought."
Popular Hill Tribe Macrame Jewelry
Thai Hill Tribe & Sterling Silver Black Cord Unity Bracelet, "We Unite"$39.99
A sterling silver pendant urges us to unite in this original bracelet by Napapat. It depicts a square knot. She displays it on a black macramé cord and adds beads of 950 silver from Thailand's hill tribe artisans. "The idea comes from the terrible scourge of COVID-19," she confides. "We shall unite to fight back and stop the death toll that seems to rise each day."
Karen Silver Beaded Macrame Bracelet in Nutmeg, "Profound Karen in Nutmeg"$79.99
Decorated with stamped beads of Karen hill tribe silver, this bracelet is designed by Thai artisan Samart Takham. He hand-knots nutmeg macrame cord to create this accessory, which closes with a stamped silver bell button.
950 Silver Reconstituted Turquoise Macrame Cross Bracelet, "Sweet Faith"$25.99
Serene blue gemstones and hill tribe silver are combined to create this stunning macrame bracelet. The beads are handcrafted by Karen hill tribe silversmiths in northern Thailand, using traditional techniques. Samart Takham adds reconstituted turquoise and a silver cross to his original design.
Jasper and Calcite Karen Silver Sun Pendant Necklace, "Mesa Sky"$67.99
Jasper and calcite combine in this pendant necklace with the colors of a brilliant blue sky over the earthen ground. Designed by Sareeyakarn of Thailand, the necklace includes a medallion of Karen hill tribe silver stamped with a petite sun. The three strands of beads wrapped in waxed cord are joined together with a sterling silver hook clasp.