Mexican Necklaces(665 items)
Welcome to Novica's Mexican Necklace Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our handcrafted Mexican necklace collection below:
Featured Reviews on Mexican Necklaces
Stunning. This was a gift from my daughters and it looks so lovely. I will think of them every time I wear it.
Oscar Figueroa Escorcia Sterling silver jewelry
"My collections are based in the origin and traditions of our culture - some are entirely classic, while others also incorporate highly stylized elements."
“I now have more than 30 years as a jewelry designer; silverwork is iconic where I live in Taxco, Guerrero. I am very passionate about my work, and it gives me an incredible pleasure to capture the traditions that have given us identity, through a creation in... read more
Popular Mexican Necklaces
Taxco Jewelry Necklace Pearl and Sterling Silver, "Lunar Shadow"$89.99
The full moon and its mystical shadow cast a spell of modern elegance in a necklace from Taxco. Guillermo Arregui creates the original design of this sterling silver necklace featuring the iridescent beauty of a pearl.
.925 Sterling silver
Women's Modern Fine Silver Natural Turquoise Necklace, "Eye of the Sea"$89.95
Encased in a halo of gleaming Mexican silver, turquoise is cool and serene. The lovely blue gem evokes Mexico's three seas — the Pacific, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean. Alon Diller designs this classic handcrafted pendant, worn on a sterling silver chain.
.950 silver pendant and .925 sterling silver chain
Geometric Turquoise Pendant Necklace from Mexico, "Window of History"$44.99
Opening like a window into history, this Mexican pendant necklace is crafted of silver, featuring a circular shape with an openwork design. Working in the style of Taxco silversmithing, Oscar Figueroa Escorcia designs the necklace, elaborating the pendant with geometric designs inspired by Greek motifs. Natural turquoise inlay and black resin fills the silver motifs.
The Mexican Necklace
Synonymous with silver, Mexican jewelry is renowned for its hand-crafted beauty. The town of Taxco has been a source of the precious metal since ancient times. In 1929, U.S. born architect William Spratling settled in Taxco and began to design jewelry based on pre-Hispanic art. He has been called the "father of Mexican silver."
Novica's Mexican necklace collection reveals Spratling's legacy in sterling silver necklaces by Alicia de la Paz. For Albert Ickenroth, the sun, moon and stars are a constant source of inspiration, while animal themes reflect his love for sculpture. Maria Belen Nilson and Cesar Godoy adapt Maya and Aztec art for their designs. Oscar Figueroa Escorcia's work is contemporary.
Dichroic art glass, hand-painted medallions and colorful gemstones all find a place in our Mexican necklaces. But not all is silver. You'll find the men's leather bracelet, a copper jewelry set and Huichol beadwork in our Mexican Necklace collection. Enjoy!