Men's Nautical Jewelry(24 items)
Discover the unique collection of Men's Nautical Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
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Just a beautiful piece!
I?m giving it as a gift and this bracelet is so beautiful and well made, I so happy with my purchase!!
Made Wardika Carved bone and leather jewelry
“My designs are inspired by the rich cultures and art of Bali traditions."
“I am the second of three siblings and I started working when I was 11 years old to pay for school due to my family’s... read more
Popular Men's Nautical Jewelry
Bone and Garnet Seahorse Pendant Necklace from Bali, "Caring Seahorse"
Caring for her young, a mother seahorse is the subject of this nautical pendant necklace from Bali. Made Wardika creates this accessory, working with a single piece of bone to carve the image of the mother and child seahorse by hand. The mother watches out for danger with an eye of fiery natural garnet. This necklace circles the wearer with leather cord that adjusts with a sliding knot.
Hand-Carved Jade Sea Turtle Pendant Necklace from Guatemala, "Kawoq"$44.99
Hand-carved into a medallion of natural jade, the image of a majestic sea turtle decorates this pendant necklace from Guatemala. Adorning the neck on an adjustable strand of black cotton cord, the pendant is decorated on the back with the name which is the Nahual name for "sea turtle."
Leather Braided Cord Bracelet with a Sterling Silver Compass, "True North"
Henry Anthony Sanny pays homage to the unwavering accuracy of the compass in this handsome bracelet. Two bands of braided dark brown leather surround the wrist. Sterling silver elements anchor each end, while a matching compass motif button serves as a clasp.
Unisex Red Cord Bracelet with Anchor Pendant, "Anchor of Hope in Strawberry"$29.99
This nautical-themed pendant bracelet is designed by India's Neetu Barathi. Bridging light red cords, a polished sterling silver pendant is shaped like an anchor. In addition to their association with all things nautical, anchors are also used as a symbol of hope. A sliding sterling silver bead allows the cord bracelet to be adjusted to the desired length.