Men's Yellow Bracelets(41 items)
Featured Reviews on Men's Yellow Bracelets
Simple, cherry-red, amber bracelet
I bought this as one of several amber braided bracelets from Novica, this one with a different design than the others. I plan to mix and match them on the same or both wrists to create more interest. The amber is of good quality and the braiding is impeccable.
Very nice colors, well made and comfortable. I am so happy I bought this for my grandson who only wears handmade. I will buy again. Thanks !
Robert Aidoo-Taylor Wood carvings and jewelry
"I am a self-taught artist. I never took any classes or attended courses... I enjoy working alone, and my inspiration comes from nature."
“In 2009, I joined NOVICA. I am a jewelry artisan.
“A lot has changed since I joined this wonderful institution. I joined as a bracelet maker, but the kind of guidance I had from NOVICA helped me to widen my imagination. To a large extent, my finances... read more
Popular Men's Yellow Bracelets
Red Nylon Braided Bracelet with Amber Beads from Mexico, "Amber Passion"$14.99
Mexico's Juan García presents this trendy braided bracelet accented with three amber beads in natural hues. Hand crafted in a passionate cherry red color, the nylon bracelet can be extended to accommodate the wearer's wrist size. By using amber, a gemstone which varies greatly in color and inclusions, the artisan has created an accessory with a simple design that is nonetheless one-of-a-kind.
Amber Wristband Bracelet with Saffron Cord from Mexico, "Age-Old Elegance in Saffron"$29.99
Woven by hand, an adjustable band of saffron nylon cord circles the wrist. Mexican artisans Jacqueline and Eddy create this bracelet, centered by a piece of natural amber that possesses an age-old elegance. Tiny rondelles of amber decorate the cord at both ends.
Men's Black Leather with Braided Cord Wristband Bracelet, "Braided Harvest in Black"$29.99
Robert Aidoo-Taylor of Ghana hand crafts this men's leather wristband bracelet. A wide band of black leather is wrapped at the ends with matching nylon cord. Across the front is a braid of nylon cords in black, brown, and yellow.
About his artistic journey, the artisan says: "I am a self-taught artist. In 2012, I ventured into the realm of handcrafted jewelry. I have always used wood in my art and it's exciting to be able to add other materials to achieve something interesting."