Floral Rings from Mexico(24 items)
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matches my necklaces from this artist
Bought this ring to match one of my beautiful necklaces made by this Huichol artist. So unusual and striking. Colors just pop on these beaded creations. The beauty of huichol items gives one a perk in your day.
Art on My Hand
I was unsure if some parts are moveable, as small silver leaves are visible in some photos but not others. Answer is, yes, parts move slightly. So you can adjust the position of silver leaves under colored leaves. I was also able to open up the band just a bit for a more comfortable fit. Ring is lightweight but solidly crafted. The green and purple are so pretty together. Great value for a delightful, wearable little piece of art.
Adriana Trejo Handcrafted seed bead jewelry
"I craft jewelry with tiny colorful seed beads we call 'chaquira.' I learned from my parents and they were taught by their grandparents; this family art has been handed down for generations."
“One of the things for which I am very grateful to NOVICA is that it allows me to give employment to members of my family and to continue promoting the support and growth of each one. This is vitally important to me. That, and having time with my... read more
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