Wood 20 to 22 Inch Necklaces(228 items)
Featured Reviews on Wood 20 to 22 Inch Necklaces
What a knock out!
The colors are beautiful together. The necklace holds its shape well when you wear it. It is unusual and attractive.
I will review this item as soon as my daughter gets it (she lives in New Zealand) ... but I liked it a lot and think she will too.
Sumalee Nawakul Handcrafted beaded jewelry
"I continue to help the older people from the foundation. They help me by binding and tying the cords calmly and beautifully."
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Popular Wood 20 to 22 Inch Necklaces
Bone beaded necklace, "Yellow Laafi"$39.99
"I crafted this necklace to bless you with good health," declares Ila Suleyman. From his "Laafi" collection meaning "good health" in the Mamprusi language, the necklace is centered by a cow bone pendant escorted by terracotta and sese wood beads. Yellow beads recycled from plastic bottles and vinyl discs are diligently threaded by hand for a necklace that fastens with a brass hook.
Adjustable Sese Wood Pendant Necklace from Ghana, "African Whale"$23.99
Signifying whales, a traditional African symbol is hand-carved of sese wood, centering a length of black cord. Ghanaian artisan Robert Aidoo-Taylor creates this necklace, flanking the pendant with petite wood beads. He paints the pendant in colors of blue, red, and black, naming it meaning "whale" in the Akan langugage.
Handcrafted Green Braided Bead Necklace with Wood and Agate, "Sosongo in Green"$64.99
Ghana's Ila Suleyman presents a necklace featuring six beaded strands interwoven in a braid as a focal point of the piece. Each strand is threaded with green recycled vinyl beads and the ends of the braided section are finished with sese wood beads and large agate stone beads that serve as spacers. The brass hook clasp matches the beads' warm tones. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "good way."
Blue Braided Beaded Necklace Fair Trade Jewelry from Africa, "Sosongo in Blue"$59.99
Six beaded strands are interwoven in a braid to form the focal point of this necklace presented by Ghanaian Ila Suleyman. Each strand is threaded with blue recycled vinyl beads and the ends of the braided section are finished with sese wood beads and large agate stone beads that serve as spacers. The brass hook clasp matches the beads' warm tones. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "good way."