Pendant Necklaces from Central America(627 items)
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Beautiful Dainty Necklace
Good craftsmanship. Nice color. Matches earrings. Wish there was matching bracelet. Great gift to appreciative wife for anniversary.
Unique and Bold
The cut and heaviness of the stone was so unique. It s such a bold piece of jewelry it does not need anything else. I like that I have options on how to wear it. The cotton cord is size-able to your liking. As a choker or as a long necklace.
Zandra Lorena Sajbin Jade jewelry
"I strongly believe that everything is possible if one has dreams, and that nothing is impossible if you work hard to achieve your goals."
Popular Pendant Necklaces from Central America
Handmade Green Jade and Silver Necklace with Cotton Cord, "Apple Blossom"$74.95
For husband-and-wife artisan team Ruben and Gilda Perez, art is an expression of culture. In this design, an apple green jade cabochon is surrounded by a bloom of sterling silver with subtle heart-shaped cutouts. It’s a nod to the ancient jade traditions of the Maya. Handcrafted in Guatemala and strung on cotton cord.
Fair Trade Sterling Silver Pendant Jade Necklace, "Floating in the Breeze"$69.99
Set in sterling silver, a light green jade leaf undulates in the soft Guatemalan breeze. Zandra Lorena Sajbin celebrates the endless beauty of jade, sacred to the ancient Maya, with this exquisite handcrafted necklace.
.925 Sterling silver
Light Green Jade Silver Heart Pendant Necklace Guatemala, "Mayan Heart in Light Green"$59.99
Guatemalan artisan Zandra Lorena Sajbin chooses to work with jade due to the stone's cultural significance for people of Mayan descent. She crafts this necklace from sterling silver, hanging a single green jade heart from a mariner chain.
Jade Yin Yang on Black Cotton Necklace Crafted by Hand, "Yin Yang"$49.99
Representing the complement of opposites, the symbol is expertly etched on a medallion of dark green jade. The pendant is worn on a handcrafted black cotton necklace. "This pendant represents the fact that there can be good and bad things that happen in our lives, and that there is always hope," explains Guatemalan Jorge Lopez.
Please note: The etched image may fade somewhat over time, as a result of absorbing body oils and/or skincare products. Simply wash the pendant with soap and water and let it dry to refresh the design again.