Eco Friendly 16 to 18 Inch Necklaces(87 items)
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly 16 to 18 Inch Necklaces
Makes me Smile to Wear This
There is nothing I would change...high quality, beautiful and fun. Perfect size for most necklines. Truth be told, this was purchased as a gift for a friend but it never got to her. I love it!
Just what I wanted
I tend to wear a lot of black. However, I like to add an accessory that is beautifully unusual and colorful. This necklace is perfect for me.
"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 16 to 18 Inch Necklaces
Recycled paper pendant necklace, "Cross My Rainbow Heart"
Recycling paper from various printed materials, Ghanaian designer Akwele Suma creates this trendy necklace. She crafts the necklace by hand with a silk and cotton blend thread, creating an admirable effect.
The artist uses the paper at hand so paper colors will vary, making each design a unique example of handcrafted art. These beads receive a protective coat of clear nail polish.
Ebony and ceramic pendant necklace, "All Things New"$44.99
Carved by hand, a pendant of ebony wood reveals abstract motifs. It centers a beaded necklace of ceramic, sese wood and batik on bone. The colorful disks are recycled plastic. The Ghanaian designer names this design which means "Naming Ceremony" in the Mossi language of Northern Ghana. "Celebrate the birth of all things new with this beautiful necklace," he says.
Blue Recycled Glass Pendant Necklace from Costa Rica, "Starry Dreams in Blue"$39.99
Battling multiple osteoarthritis, Costa Rican artisan Clara Ramirez creates eco-friendly jewelry pieces of unparalleled beauty. She selects recycled glass in a blue hue to create a wavy pendant, which is hand-painted with starry designs. This necklace adorns the wearer on adjustable nylon cord.
Adjustable Upcycled Metal Pendant Necklace from Guatemala, "Three Rings"
Combining a contemporary aesthetic with a love for recycling, Guatemalan duo Ruben and Gilda Perez design this pendant necklace. They craft the pendant of three upcycled stainless steel washers that are strung from top to bottom in descending size, centering an adjustable length of cotton cord.