Eco Friendly Necklaces from Central America(25 items)
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Gosh, this is gorgeous!
If I ever meet Neil DeGrasse Tyson Ill be sure to wear this. But once again, you have no way to check No, this was not a gift. But it wasnt.
Unique and lovely
This is a necklace that will be a real treat to wear. It's really different and fun and it will look great with casual clothes. Well done, ladies!!! Keep up the good work.
"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 Necklaces from Central America
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.
Central American Cotton Recycled Paper Waterfall Necklace, "Colorful Illusion"$49.99
Bright and colorful like festive serpentines, recycled paper beads cascade into wonderful elegance. By Illusion, from Believe and Create for the Future, this necklace evokes our hopes for a bright future. Handcrafted with macramé techniques, the brown necklace fastens with a pinewood toggle button.
Black Recycled Glass Bohemian Pendant Necklace, "Elegant Ring"$49.99
Crafted of recycled glass, a black, elegant ring centers this bohemian necklace from Costa Rica. Clara Ramirez designs the necklace, adorning the wearer on leather cord accentuated by copper wire combined with red and black silk threads.