Wood Necklaces from Bali and Java(53 items)
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By native texan
This is a unique cross!
I have collected crosses since I was a child and this cross is truly a collectors item! The artist has captured a cross enclosed in a coconut shell. It is truly a different sort of cross for the cross lover. It is so pretty with a dellicate cross surrounded by a coconut shell. It is a nice addition to my collection of crosses!
Big and beautiful
I had my eye on this for a long time. Its not quite as translucent as it appears in the first photo, and its much bigger than i thought (I know; the measurements are right there; Im silly!) It is, however, a beautifully crafted piece and I love it. Very glad I took the plunge!
Komang Agus Saputra Handcrafted jewelry
"Pouring my imagination or inspiration into the media that I choose to work with can be quite challenging to carve. But seeing people wearing what I make, makes me feel grateful and happy."
"My friends describe me as humble, honest, and a... read more
Popular Wood Necklaces from Bali and Java
Gold Accented Labradorite and Wood Beaded Pendant Necklace, "Batuan Harmony"$99.95
By Ketut Sulastri in Bali, this bohemian necklace celebrates the beauty of nature's gifts. Beads of mala wood encircle the neck, centered by alternating labradorite and 22k gold plated sterling silver beads. A grey tassel forms the pendant of this necklace.
Matching Heart Halves Wood Pendant Necklaces (Pair), "Shared Heart"$14.99
Share your love with someone special in your life with this pair of pendant necklaces. Each pendant is half of a heart handcrafted from sawo wood, stained a warm brown to showcase the beauty of the wood grain. The heart halves are joined by three round wood beads on black cotton cord that can be adjusted in length via a pair of slip knots.
This pair of necklaces are handcrafted by members of Bhakti Senang Hati, a non-profit organization in Bali that serves the needs of the physically challenged through programs that develop self confidence, physical and economic independence, and increase awareness of the rights of people with disabilities. Members learn skills such as painting, sewing and woodwork that enable them to become self-supporting.
Hand Carved Wood and Bone Macrame Necklace, "Hypnotic Borneo"$23.99
Natural textures and subtle color combine in a necklace of stunning beauty. Carved by hand, this necklace by Andi Rachmansyah depicts a mesmerizing spiral. Dark sono wood contrasts with polished bone in the original design, and the tan macrame cord can be adjusted in length by a sliding a bead.