Multicolor Necklaces(545 items)
Welcome to our Multicolor Necklace Collection, each piece crafted by NOVICA artisans who carry on ancestral traditions in contemporary designs.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Necklaces
These are beautiful and I love all the colors. I want to get the others in the collection. Dios los bendiga siempre.
Sasina Handcrafted jewelry
"I believe in the power of stones. Before leaving home, I wear an accessory – preferably earrings – that features at least one type of lucky stone…."
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Popular Multicolor Necklaces
Artisan Multicolor Bead Necklace with Wood Agate and Leather, "Multicolor Wend Panga"$59.99
Ghana's Ila Suleyman designs a necklace featuring five beaded strands threaded with recycled vinyl beads in a mix of pink, blue, brown, yellow, red, orange, black and green. The ends of the multi-strand section are finished with sese wood beads, agate stones, and leather strips serving as spacers. The brass hook clasp complements the beads' diverse colors. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "strong will."
Handmade Multigem Cross Sterling Silver Religious Choker, "Kolkata Cross"$79.95
Garnet, citrine, iolite, peridot, and amethyst surround a central blue topaz in this sterling silver pendant. The gems are hand-cut in Jaipur and hand-set in Kolkata. Inspired by the works of recently canonized missionary Mother Teresa, who spent much of her life ministering in Kolkata.
Layered Glass and Leather Pendant Necklace from Brazil, "Seaside"$29.99
The sandy beige of seaside dunes combines with the blue of the ocean in this pendant necklace from Brazil. Brazilian duo Silvana and João Alexandre create this pendant necklace, which features a panel of fused glass that displays beautiful patterns and hues on top of a leather strip. This long accessory circles the neck with leather cord.
Gold Plated Gemstone Necklace with Prasiolite and Amethyst, "Golden Age"
The golden age of Indian jewelry arrived with the Mughal emperors in the 16th century. From turban to toe, rulers and their courtiers wore countless gemstones. So-called "sumptuary laws" even prevented anyone who wasn't a member of the royal family from wearing jewels. This necklace captures a small facet of that splendor with a collection of dazzling gems encircled in 14k gold plated sterling silver. Blue topaz, amethyst, prasiolite and smoky quartz are joined in an intriguing and subtle color combination.