Eco Friendly Men's Necklaces(25 items)
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Men's Necklaces
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!
"I dream of a balanced and equitable world; where man works in harmony with Mother Earth; where the economy is not an enemy of the planet; and where people value this beautiful planet."
Popular Eco Friendly Men's Necklaces
Handmade Chakana Cross Wood Pendant Necklace from Peru, "Layered Chakana"$29.99
Centering a length of cotton cord, the or "Inca cross" forms the pendant of this necklace. Peruvian duo Antuane and Santos design this necklace, handcrafted of reclaimed pumaquiro wood to display its beautiful grain. The cross is centered by a circle of light brown guayacan wood.
Amazonite and Reclaimed Wood Pendant Necklace from Peru, "Amazonite Beauty"$29.99
"Our philosophy is that through our accessories, people will think about caring for the planet. Through our pieces, we talk about the reclamation of wood that we recycled for our jewelry," say Peruvian artisans Antuane and Santos. They design this pendant necklace, which features a stone of natural amazonite displayed within a circle of reclaimed aguano masha wood. The pendant centers leather cord that circles the neck.
Modern Reclaimed Ipe and Oreja de Leon Wood Pendant Necklace, "Modern Arrowhead"$19.99
Peruvian artisans Antuane and Santos showcase the beauty of reclaimed wood in this striking pendant necklace. A deep V of light-colored wood cradles an elongated triangle of darker ipe wood in this handcrafted pendant suspended from a black nylon cord.
Green Recycled Glass Pendant Necklace from Costa Rica, "Crystalline Green"$39.99
Sleek and modern, this design by Clara Ramirez exalts the crystalline nature of glass. She recycles the material, fusing it in a kiln to achieve the desired shape. Part of a collection inspired by the different kinds of energies, this necklace represents hope. "Hope is so necessary in our lives as we face any situation, whether good or bad," the Costa Rican artisan explains.