Plastic 16 to 18 Inch Necklaces(38 items)
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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.
Ila Suleyman Leather and beaded jewelry
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
Popular Plastic 16 to 18 Inch Necklaces
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.
Handcrafted Recycled Glass and Sese Wood Beaded Necklace, "African Roots"$44.99
Abigail Asana Abianka celebrates the rich traditions of Mother Africa with a stunning Ghanaian necklace. A bead combination of recycled glass, recycled plastic, and sese wood are strung together to compose flashes of vibrant color and texture. A focal pendant rests in the center.
Ebony Wood Pendant Necklace with Blue Leather Cord, "Zacksongo in Blue"$74.99
Ebony wood comes through in all its glory as the centerpiece of this pendant necklace from Ghanaian Ila Suleyman. A thin brass inlay design embellishes the oval wood's dark backdrop. The necklace is crafted from two sets of seven strands of blue leather, knotted together at the base to secure the strands to the pendant, closing with a button clasp in the back. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "good home."
Brown and Yellow African Handcrafted Eco Friendly Necklace, "Destiny Loves Me"$59.99
A string of frosted yellow globes and sleek cylinders hosts six strands of amber spheres. Transforming discarded materials into fashion, Rita Addo Zakour crafts a beautiful necklace of recycled glass and plastic drinking bottles. She names this design which means "destiny loves me" in the Ewe language.