Plastic 18 to 20 Inch Necklaces(96 items)
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One of my absolute favorite Novica purchases. I get compliments every time I wear it and it adds such color and fun to my typical black and white outfits.
Unique with native flare.
Love this bold necklace. Its unique, which I love and makes a statement. Bought to go with specific outfits.
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 18 to 20 Inch 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."
Black and Blue Ghanaian Necklace of Recycled Beads, "Blue Ghanaian Thank You"$39.99
Eight scintillating strands of blue and black beads combine with white for a dramatic necklace. Ila Suleyman selects seed beads of recycled glass and disks of recycled plastic to make a statement for the ecology. He names his design which means "Thank You" in the language of Northern Ghana.
Eco-Friendly Colorful Recycled Plastic Bead Necklace, "Wild Planet"$59.99
In an unspoken commitment to keeping the planet wild, Rita Addo Zakour creates this exciting necklace. The colorful beads with their swirling graduated hues are made from recycled plastic bottles that are melted down and then molded to shape. The necklace closes with a brass hook clasp.
Black-Red-Yellow Ghanaian Necklace of Recycled Beads, "Bright Ghanaian Thank You"$39.99
Eight scintillating strands of red, black and yellow beads combine with white for a dramatic necklace. Ila Suleyman selects seed beads of recycled glass and disks of recycled plastic to make a statement for the ecology. He names his design which means "Thank You" in the language of Northern Ghana.