Men's Multicolor Jewelry(69 items)
Discover the unique collection of Men's Multicolor Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Men's Multicolor Jewelry
These are beautiful and I love all the colors. I want to get the others in the collection. Dios los bendiga siempre.
I dont wear much jewelry but I fell in love with this gorgeous elephant the minute I saw him. The workmanship is outstanding and he is a perfect size. I look forward to wearing him!
Lovely, one of a kind bracelet!
I really like the colors of this bracelet, such a unique design for the 3 separate strands. It buckles easily with the button provided, a great find for an eye-catching bracelet that is so versatile to wear
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 Multicolor Jewelry
Colorful Men's Woven Wristband Bracelet from Ghana, "Colorful Ananse Web"$23.99
Robert Aidoo-Taylor weaves threads of kelly green, yellow and wine on brown for the design of this bracelet for men. "I took my time to conceptualize this design in the way a spider intricately weaves its web," confides Robert Aidoo-Taylor. The Ghanaian artisan takes his inspiration from Kweku Ananse, the Ashanti lord of all knowledge of stories and fables. He generally assumes the form of a spider though sometimes he may appear as a man. Ananse (also Anansi) is one of the most important characters in West Africa, and his tales have spread across the ocean. In the southern United States he evolved into 'Aunty Nancy'.
Pair of Blue and White Geometric Ceramic Pendant Necklaces, "Evening Fiesta"$19.99
The art of the ancient Incas serves as inspiration for this pair of ceramic pendant necklaces from Peruvian artisan Dina. Decorated with symbols and shapes that recall the ancient culture's architecture and textiles, the pendants are painted by hand using purple, yellow, red, and black colors against a white and blue background. Each pendant is crowned with a tubular bead painted with similar designs and tones and hangs from black nylon cord.
Rainbow Colors Macrame Wristband Bracelet, "Rainbow Cascade"$19.99
Kanjana in Thailand covers the spectrum in this fun, casual bracelet. She crafts the bracelet of waxed polyester cord using macrame techniques, and accents the ends with brass beads. The sliding knot can be used to adjust the bracelet's length.
Cotton and Glass Beaded Eclectic Patchwork Fabric Bracelet, "Patchwork Charm"$17.99
Thanadol employs the eye-catching allure of patchwork in this triple-layer bracelet. Patterned swatches of Thai cotton fabric are stitched together to create a variegated motif. Red glass and shiny brass beads accentuate the textures.