Faceted Ruby Stud Earrings from Thailand
Sparkling Gems, Faceted Ruby Stud Earrings from Thailand
Length: 0.2" x 0.2" W x 0.1" D
NarineeTwo ruby gems sparkle with elegant facets in this lovely pair of stud earrings from Thailand. Narinee carefully selects each gem, cradling them within prongs of sterling silver.$44.99
40-Carat Ruby Dangle Earrings from India
Leaf Cascade, 40-Carat Ruby Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 2.9" x 1.1" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiFascinating sparkles of in hues of red are displayed within ruby. Neetu Barathi of India uses an impressive 40 carats of ruby in these stunning dangle earrings, whose shape mimics a cascade of falling...$79.99
Hand Crafted Birthstone Dangle Earrings from Bali
Birthday Flowers, Hand Crafted Birthstone Dangle Earrings from Bali
Length: 1.2" x 0.5" W x 0.3" D
Nyoman RenaCelebrate your birthday by choosing one of a dozen charming floral birthstone earrings designed by Bali's Nyoman Rena. Crafted from shining sterling silver, each of the 12 pairs of earring features a...$39.95
Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Passionate Muse, Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.5" x 0.6" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiTotaling over 24 carats, red rubies seem to reflect an inner passion in these earrings from Neetu Barathi. Artisans set the gemstones in polished sterling silver bezels with sterling hooks.$59.99
Hand Crafted Sterling Silver and Ruby Cocktail Ring
Shimmering Princess, Hand Crafted Sterling Silver and Ruby Cocktail Ring
US Ring Size: 7,8,9,10,11,12,13
ParulEndless rows of tiny ruby gemstones astound in this glamorous cocktail ring fit for a princess from Indian artisan Parul. Designed with sterling silver, a rectangular frame holds rows of round...$99.99
Ruby and Labradorite 18k Gold Accented Dangle Earrings
Graceful Gems, Ruby and Labradorite 18k Gold Accented Dangle Earrings
Length: 1.3" x 0.6" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiSix carats of labradorite are paired with over one carat of rubies in these stunning earrings. By Indian designer Neetu Barathi, gemstones are all set in vermeil bezel settings and are bordered by a...$99.99
Bring the Bubbly
Ruby Sapphire Garnet Gold Plated Dangle Earrings
Bring the Bubbly, Ruby Sapphire Garnet Gold Plated Dangle Earrings
Length: 2.8" x 0.5" W
SaranaratThailand's Saranarat presents these festive dangle earrings, crafted on delicate 18-karat gold-plated sterling silver chains. Just below the ear hook, a cascade of faceted rubies gives way to a...$137.99
Hand Made Sterling Silver and Birthstone Flower Charms
Birthday Flowers, Hand Made Sterling Silver and Birthstone Flower Charms
Length: 0.8" x 0.6" W x 0.2" D
0.8" L x 0.6" W x 0" D
0.8" L x 0.5" W x 0" D
Nyoman RenaCelebrate your birthday by choosing one of a dozen floral birthstone pendants designed Bali's Nyoman Rena. Crafted from shining sterling silver, each of the 12 pendants features a distinct gemstone...$29.95
Hand Crafted Sterling Silver and Birthstone Flower Charms
Birthday Flowers, Hand Crafted Sterling Silver and Birthstone Flower Charms
Nyoman RenaCelebrate your birthday by choosing one of a dozen floral birthstone charms designed by Bali's Nyoman Rena. Crafted from shining sterling silver, each of the 12 charms features a distinct gemstone...$29.95
Indian Blue Topaz and Ruby Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Enthralling Sky, Indian Blue Topaz and Ruby Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Length: 1.5" x 0.4" W x 0.2" D
Alok JainAlok Jain of India says his "...journey into handicrafts has been great, yet the highlight came in 1995, when the Sultan of Brunei placed an order for my designs!" Here, he presents a pair...$69.99
Foral Faceted Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
Snow Flower, Foral Faceted Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
ParulCentered by a glamorous ruby oval, a gleaming flower of sterling silver forms the pendant of this necklace from India. Parul presents this magnificent necklace, which circles the neck with sterling...$79.99
Blue Topaz and Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
Enthralling Sky, Blue Topaz and Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
Alok JainAlok Jain presents an enthralling pendant necklace from India. Crafted of rhodium plated sterling silver, this lovely accessory is centered by a glistening four-carat stone of blue topaz, accentuated...$49.99
21.5-Carat Multi-Gemstone Pendant Necklace from India
Glittering Gemstones, 21.5-Carat Multi-Gemstone Pendant Necklace from India
Size: 16 to 18 inches
Neetu BarathiFaceted rose quartz, rainbow moonstone, and ruby flank a kite-shaped labradorite stone. Designed by Neetu Barathi, this Indian pendant necklace is crafted from sterling silver and set with gemstones...$74.99
Multi-Gemstone Station Strand Bracelet from India
Glamorous Glisten, Multi-Gemstone Station Strand Bracelet from India
Neetu BarathiGlistening glamorously, 14 carats of rose quartz, ruby, and labradorite combine with glowing cultured pearl. India's Neetu Barathi designs this station bracelet, which circles the wrist with two...
Sterling Silver Moonstone Ruby Link Bracelet India
Moon Red, Sterling Silver Moonstone Ruby Link Bracelet India
Alok JainSparkling rubies and glowing moonstone adorn a trendy link bracelet. India's Alok Jain works with local artisans to present this design, which is handcrafted from sterling silver.
Red Ruby and Sterling Silver Half Hoop Earrings from India
Red Hyacinth, Red Ruby and Sterling Silver Half Hoop Earrings from India
Length: 0.6" x 0.3" W x 0.1" D
ParulClusters of faceted rubies emulate the natural beauty of hyacinth flowers in this design from Parul. Sterling silver forms the rest of the hoop earrings, with the rubies as the striking focal point....$79.99
Gold-Plated Multi-Gemstone Cocktail Ring from India
Cute Harmony, Gold-Plated Multi-Gemstone Cocktail Ring from India
US Ring Size: 6,7
Neetu BarathiCrafted from sterling silver bathed in 18k gold, three combination-finish bands combine together to form this cute cocktail ring from India. Neetu Barathi designs this ring, which displays faceted...$59.99
Amethyst Emerald and Ruby Dangle Earrings from India
Sparkling Allure, Amethyst Emerald and Ruby Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.6" x 0.5" W x 0.2" D
Alok JainWith a sparkling allure, this pair of Indian dangle earrings is guaranteed to add a touch of majesty to any outfit. Totaling over six carats, two ovals of faceted amethyst are accompanied by petite...$64.99
Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings from India
Alluring Glisten, Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.6" x 0.5" W x 0.2" D
Alok JainTotaling over six carats, a two glistening ovals of purple amethyst are accompanied by petite ruby and emerald stones in this alluring pair of dangle earrings from India. Alok Jain presents the...$59.99
Love and Devotion
Genuine Ruby and Moonstone Button Earrings in 925 Silver
Love and Devotion, Genuine Ruby and Moonstone Button Earrings in 925 Silver
Length: 0.6" x 0.6" W x 0.3" D
Alok JainRare faceted rubies surround luminous moonstone cabochons and send a message of love and devotion in these button earrings from Alok Jain. The artisan sets the gems in rhodium plated sterling silver...
Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Crimson Kite, Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.8" x 0.6" W x 0.2" D
Neetu Barathi36 carats of alluring, faceted ruby gemstones dazzle in this pair of earrings by designer Neetu Barathi. Handcrafted in India, each earring features a beautiful diamond-shaped ruby briolette that is...$59.99
Multi-Gemstone Cluster Earrings with Gold-Plated Silver
Mellow, Multi-Gemstone Cluster Earrings with Gold-Plated Silver
Length: 1.4" x 0.5" W
SaranaratThailand's Saranarat presents these fanciful cluster earrings in pastel shades of pink and green. Freeform briolettes of ruby, prehnite, moonstone, and peridot are clustered above larger briolettes of...
Firefly in Pink
Artisan Crafted Ruby and Marcasite Stud Earrings
Firefly in Pink, Artisan Crafted Ruby and Marcasite Stud Earrings
Length: 0.4" x 0.4" W x 0.2" D
NarineeA pretty pink ruby centers these lavish stud earrings from Thai artisan Narinee. The gemstone rests in a sterling silver basket setting, while shimmering marcasite surrounds the ruby with a flower...$49.99
Ruby and Garnet Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Trendy Orbs, Ruby and Garnet Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.7" x 0.3" W x 0.1" D
Neetu BarathiCircles of faceted ruby and garnet gemstones total five carats, creating a trendy look in this pair of dangle earrings from India. Neetu Barathi designs the earrings, framing the gemstones within...$37.99
Colorful Faceted Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings
Shifting Shades, Colorful Faceted Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings
Length: 2.6" x 0.7" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiThese magnificent dangle earrings are from India's Neetu Barathi, who has a knack for combining gemstones in interesting ways. The sterling silver post earrings feature faceted ruby, rose quartz...$144.99
Love and Devotion
Pendant Necklace with Ruby and Moonstone
Love and Devotion, Pendant Necklace with Ruby and Moonstone
Alok JainRare faceted rubies surround a luminous moonstone cabochon and send a message of love and devotion in this pendant necklace from Alok Jain. The artisan sets the gems in rhodium plated sterling silver...
Multi-Gemstone and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Harmonious Glow, Multi-Gemstone and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Length: 3.3" x 0.3" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiGlowing with harmonious hues of red, white, and pink, elegant gemstones and cultured pearls are displayed in this pair of dangle earrings from India. Neetu Barathi designs these dangle earrings, which...
Ruby and Smoky Quartz Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Sweet Chic, Ruby and Smoky Quartz Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
Length: 1.9" x 0.6" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiNeetu Barathi of India designs a stunning pair of dangle earrings with a chic cerise and grey color combination. Ten-carat teardrops of genuine ruby hang from faceted gemstones of labradorite and...$69.99
Moonstone and Ruby Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace
Moonlight Revel, Moonstone and Ruby Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace
Alok JainRhodium-plated sterling silver curls and leaves bloom into four glittering rubies and a luminescent moonstone in this pendant necklace. Subtle yet captivating, Alok Jain's design is reminiscent of an...
Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Crimson Swirl, Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.4" x 0.7" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiThis elegant pair of dangle earrings comes from the creative mind of designer Neetu Barathi. Handcrafted in India, each earring features a beautiful round cabochon of ruby that sits at the end of a...$39.99
Hand Crafted Pearl and Ruby Necklace
Radiance, Hand Crafted Pearl and Ruby Necklace
Size: 16 to 18 inches
Alok JainPristine and lovely, three white pearls grace this necklace from Alok Jain. Nestled amid sterling foliage and a trio of rubies, the radiant gems are exquisite.
.925 Sterling silver
Baroness in Ruby
Ruby and Sterling Silver Cocktail Ring
Baroness in Ruby, Ruby and Sterling Silver Cocktail Ring
US Ring Size: 6,7,8,9,10,11
ParulSimple elegance is at your fingertips with this gorgeous ring from India's Parul. The artisan centers the delicate ring with a marquise ruby stone in a bezel setting, while shining sterling silver...$27.99
48-Carat Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings from India
Glittering Combination, 48-Carat Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 2.8" x 0.7" W x 0.1" D
Neetu BarathiGlittering with their facets, an array of labradorite, quartz, ruby, and rose quartz total 48 carats. India's Neetu Barathi designs a pair of dangle earrings that is crafted from high-polish sterling...$89.99
Carnelian Ruby and Cultured Pearl Bracelet from India
Lotus Fire, Carnelian Ruby and Cultured Pearl Bracelet from India
Rituu AgarwalBeaded carnelian and ruby strands are featured in this passionate bracelet from India. Rituu Agarwal presents the adjustable bracelet, crafted by local artisans. They add sterling silver oval links...
Rhodium Plated Blue Topaz and Ruby Pendant Necklace
Delightful Berries, Rhodium Plated Blue Topaz and Ruby Pendant Necklace
Alok JainGlittering with hues of blue and pink-red, over five carats of blue topaz and ruby resemble a cluster of berries in the pendant of this necklace from India. Alok Jain presents the necklace, crafted by...$77.99
Sparkle and Fire
Faceted Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Sparkle and Fire, Faceted Ruby and Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 0.7" x 0.4" W x 0.2" D
Neetu BarathiRound, checkerboard-cut rubies hang from sterling silver fans with a hammered finish in these dangle earrings. Neetu Barathi of India designs these earrings full of sparkle and fire.$29.99
Ruby and Garnet Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet from India
Twinkling Harmony, Ruby and Garnet Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet from India
Neetu BarathiA large ruby and a small garnet gemstone, totaling over five carats together, dangle from the wrist in this twinkling charm bracelet from India. Inspired by both traditional and modern aesthetics...$37.99
Color and Fantasy
Multi Gemstones on Gold Plated Long Station Necklace
Color and Fantasy, Multi Gemstones on Gold Plated Long Station Necklace
Size: longer than 22 inches
SaranaratThailand's Saranarat conjures a feast of color and fantasy with the design of this station necklace. The cheerful glow of enhanced ruby, blue apatite, yellow citrine, lilac amethyst, and orange...$149.99
Rhodium Plated Moonstone and Ruby Pendant Necklace
Elegant Radiance, Rhodium Plated Moonstone and Ruby Pendant Necklace
Alok JainCrafted by hand, intricate leafy vines of rhodium plated sterling silver host radiant moonstone gems alongside petite rubies. Alok Jain presents this pendant necklace, crafted by Indian artisans. The...
Sterling Silver Ruby and Moonstone Pendant Necklace
Moonlight Divinity, Sterling Silver Ruby and Moonstone Pendant Necklace
Alok JainThis teardrop-shaped pendant begins with a ruby at the tip, then widens out to include three more rubies and a cabochon moonstone. Presented by Alok Jain, rhodium-plated sterling silver leaves and...
Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings Crafted in India
Fascinating Trio, Multi-Gemstone Dangle Earrings Crafted in India
Length: 1.9" x 0.6" W x 0.1" D
Neetu BarathiThis fascinating combination of gemstones is designed by Neetu Barathi in India. Set in textured sterling silver, smoky quartz and natural labradorite are followed by gleaming ruby. The gemstones...$59.99
Contemporary Sterling Silver Pearl and Ruby Ring
Frosted Foliage, Contemporary Sterling Silver Pearl and Ruby Ring
US Ring Size: 6
YingConjuring frosty foliage in sterling silver, Ying adds gemstones to this elegant ring. A luminous pearl and a ruby grace her contemporary design.
.925 Sterling silver
Leather and Chalcedony Bracelet
Peaceful Ways, Leather and Chalcedony Bracelet
Khun BoomKhun Boom treasures ethnic chic and spiritual art with the design of this leather bracelet. It is centered by blue chalcedony, natural ruby and a Hindu sterling "Ohm" symbol of peace. .925...$84.99
Ruby Carnelian and Cultured Pearl Beaded Necklace from India
Lotus Fire, Ruby Carnelian and Cultured Pearl Beaded Necklace from India
Size: 18 to 20 inches
Rituu AgarwalFiery red ruby and orange carnelian form the strands of this exquisite beaded necklace crafted by local artisans and presented by Rituu Agarwal. Sterling silver ovals flank the clasp, which features a...
Pearl and Ruby Floral Silver Link Bracelet from India
Nature's Bounty, Pearl and Ruby Floral Silver Link Bracelet from India
Alok JainPristine and lovely, white pearls grace an exquisite design from Alok Jain. Caressed by sterling foliage and red rubies, the bracelet is lovingly crafted by hand.
.925 Sterling silver
Ruby and Moonstone Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace
Moonlight Enchantment, Ruby and Moonstone Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace
Alok JainA shimmering moonstone seems to emerge from rhodium-plated sterling silver leaves in this necklace from India's Alok Jain. Two rubies grace the top of the pendant while another cluster of three...
Let Beauty Grow
Rhodium Plated Cultured Pearl and Ruby Earrings form India
Let Beauty Grow, Rhodium Plated Cultured Pearl and Ruby Earrings form India
Length: 1.1" x 0.4" W x 0.3" D
ParulParul designs an alluring pair of earrings from India. She works with local artisans, who craft the earrings of sterling silver with a rhodium plating, featuring leafy vines that dangle from posts....
Gold Plated Multi-Gem Dangle Earrings from Thailand
Berry Sky, Gold Plated Multi-Gem Dangle Earrings from Thailand
Length: 3" x 0.6" W
SaranaratWith the hues of wild berries, a colorful array of amethyst, turquoise, reconstituted turquoise, aquamarine, apatite, and ruby total over 18k carats in a pair of dangle earrings from Thailand....$59.99
Thai Ruby and Sterling Silver Stud Earrings
Round Star, Thai Ruby and Sterling Silver Stud Earrings
Length: 0.2" x 0.2" W x 0.1" D
NarineeA tiny faceted ruby gleams at the center of these stud earrings designed by Thai artisan Narinee. The pink stone rests in a sterling silver bezel setting, while silver posts finish these simple yet...$39.99
Ruby and Cultured Pearl Beaded Necklace from India
Lotus Beauty, Ruby and Cultured Pearl Beaded Necklace from India
Rituu AgarwalFive lengths of genuine red ruby beads dangle from the neck in this exquisite necklace from India. Local artisans craft the adjustable necklace of sterling silver, featuring circular designs towards...
Rose of Sharon
Pendant Choker with Silver Flower and Amethyst
Rose of Sharon, Pendant Choker with Silver Flower and Amethyst
Khun BoomKhun Boom transforms Thai silver into a perfect blossom to wear on a leather cord choker. Faceted amethyst and a cherry-hued dyed ruby rondelle bring color to the lovely design.$39.99
Modern Pearl and Ruby Earrings
Graceful Beauty, Modern Pearl and Ruby Earrings
Length: 1.4" x 0.5" W x 0.4" D
Alok JainPristine and lovely, white pearls center exquisite earrings from Alok Jain. Caressed by sterling tendrils and crowned by rubies, they are lovingly crafted by hand.
.925 Sterling silver
Ruby and Gold Vermeil Ring
Ganesha's Om, Ruby and Gold Vermeil Ring
US Ring Size: 7
MahavirRubies follow the path of Om within Ganesha's golden profile in the surreal design of this ring. One of the most beloved deities of the Hindu Parthenon, Ganesha is known as the Lord of Knowledge and...$59.99
Catch a Star in Pink
Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Stud Earrings
Catch a Star in Pink, Handmade Ruby and Sterling Silver Stud Earrings
Length: 0.2" x 0.2" W x 0.2" D
NarineeCatch a tiny star wearing these pretty pink stud earrings designed and crafted by Thai artisan Narinee. A sterling silver basket setting holds a gorgeous ruby gemstone that catches the light on its...$29.99
Ruby and Rainbow Moonstone Dangle Earrings from India
Glittering Muse, Ruby and Rainbow Moonstone Dangle Earrings from India
Length: 1.9" x 0.4" W x 0.2" D
Neetu Barathi12 carats of glittering ruby combine with seven carats of natural rainbow moonstone in a pair of dangle earrings from India. Designed by Neetu Barathi, each earring is crafted of sterling silver with...$57.99
Gold Plated Silver and Gemstone Necklace with Pearl and Ruby
Siam Sonnet, Gold Plated Silver and Gemstone Necklace with Pearl and Ruby
Size: longer than 22 inches
SaranaratSaranarat selects a dazzling combination of gemstone colors underscored by the rich elegance of a 24k gold plated sterling silver chain. Red garnets, pink tourmalines and rubies alternate with white...
Rhodium Plated Moonstone and Ruby Brooch from India
Rajasthani Royalty, Rhodium Plated Moonstone and Ruby Brooch from India
Length: 2.4" x 1" W x 0.2" D
Alok JainHandcrafted from sterling silver bathed in rhodium, intricate vines host gems of gleaming moonstone and glittering ruby. Alok Jain from India presents this royal brooch, which is created by local...
Gold Plated Multi-Gemstone Link Bracelet from India
Dazzling Colors, Gold Plated Multi-Gemstone Link Bracelet from India
Neetu BarathiFramed by sterling silver bathed in high-polish 18k gold, round gemstones of ruby, chalcedony, and labradorite circle the wrist. Neetu Barathi designs this 24-carat link bracelet from India.
Back to Front
Petite Thai Sterling Silver Half Hoop Earrings with Ruby
Back to Front, Petite Thai Sterling Silver Half Hoop Earrings with Ruby
Length: 0.4" x 0.2" W
JantanaAlways creative, Jantana crafts a delightful pair of earrings with half hoops that curve from back to front. The petite sterling silver pair showcases natural ruby and is perfect for office wear...$44.99
Amethyst Emerald and Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
Sparkling Allure, Amethyst Emerald and Ruby Pendant Necklace from India
Alok JainWith a sparkling allure, this Indian pendant necklace is guaranteed to add a touch of majesty to any outfit. Totaling over six carats, an oval of faceted amethyst is accompanied by petite ruby and...$59.99
Faceted Ruby Om Pendant Necklace from India
Glittering Om, Faceted Ruby Om Pendant Necklace from India
ParulSprinkled with petite glittering ruby gems, the omkara symbol for the meditative mantra om is crafted from high-polish sterling silver. Parul presents this magnificent pendant necklace, which circles...
Gold Plated Sterling Silver Gemstone Heart Pendant Necklace
Dazzling Heart, Gold Plated Sterling Silver Gemstone Heart Pendant Necklace
Size: 18 to 20 inches
MahavirThis beautiful heart pendant dazzles with multiple gemstones set into 22 karat gold plated sterling silver. One side of the pendant has a heart-shaped faceted garnet followed by three small faceted...$59.99
Floral Pearl and Ruby Earrings
Nature's Bounty, Floral Pearl and Ruby Earrings
Length: 1.2" x 0.4" W x 0.3" D
Alok JainPristine and lovely, white pearls center exquisite earrings from Alok Jain. Caressed by sterling foliage and crowned by rubies, they are lovingly crafted by hand.
.925 Sterling silver
Faceted Ruby Star Pendant Necklace from India
Starry Glitter, Faceted Ruby Star Pendant Necklace from India
ParulSprinkled with petite glittering ruby gems, a gleaming star of sterling silver forms the pendant of this necklace from India. Parul presents this magnificent necklace, which circles the neck with...$49.99
Amethyst Ruby and Emerald Pendant Necklace from India
Alluring Glisten, Amethyst Ruby and Emerald Pendant Necklace from India
Alok JainTotaling over five carats, a sparkling oval of purple amethyst is accompanied by petite ruby and emerald stones in the pendant of this alluring necklace from India. Alok Jain presents the necklace...
Feminine Cultured Pearl and Ruby Brooch Pin
Precious Bouquet, Feminine Cultured Pearl and Ruby Brooch Pin
Length: 2" x 1.1" W x 0.3" D
Alok JainThis classic brooch is presented by Alok Jain in India, who works with local artisans to create it. Creamy cultured pearls set in a floral pattern are combined with petite faceted rubies in a design...
24-Carat Multi-Gemstone Link Bracelet from India
Round Glitter, 24-Carat Multi-Gemstone Link Bracelet from India
Neetu BarathiGlittering with beauty, round faceted gemstones of ruby, labradorite, and chalcedony are framed by sterling silver that gleams in the light. Neetu Barathi designs this fascinating link bracelet from...$59.99
Faceted Ruby Elephant Pendant Necklace from India
Elephant Glitter, Faceted Ruby Elephant Pendant Necklace from India
ParulSprinkled with petite glittering ruby gems, a gleaming elephant of sterling silver forms the pendant of this necklace from India. Parul presents this magnificent necklace, which circles the neck with...$39.99
Charms of Love
Silver and Leather Pendant Necklace
Charms of Love, Silver and Leather Pendant Necklace
Size: 16 to 18 inches
Khun BoomCharms of love glisten in the design of this leather choker by Khun Boom. The hoop pendant features a silver leaf and two hearts crafted with Karen hill tribe artistry. They are escorted by an...
India Gold Vermeil Ruby Ganesha Ring
Om Ganesha, India Gold Vermeil Ruby Ganesha Ring
US Ring Size: 6,7,8
MahavirReciting om at the beginning of a reading of the Vedas, prior to prayer or meditation, invokes the presence of Ganesha. The most beloved deity in the Hindu Parthenon, he has an elephant's head and...$59.99
Contemporary Sterling Silver Necklace with Pearl and Ruby
Frosted Foliage, Contemporary Sterling Silver Necklace with Pearl and Ruby
Size: 16 to 18 inches
YingConjuring frosty foliage in sterling silver, Ying adds gemstones to this elegant necklace. Two luminous pearls and a ruby grace her contemporary necklace design.
.925 Sterling silver
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Artisans the world over utilize the natural materials at their disposal to create beautiful, sustainable jewelry. Wood, bamboo and dried gourds. Coconut shells, rattan and terra-cotta. Even natural grasses lend themselves to a jeweler's creativity while art glass beads and pendants can be made from discarded bottles. Some artisans reclaim precious silver from photographic negatives. Colorful magazine pages can become tightly-rolled beads protected by a coat of varnish. Always creative, artists craft their bracelets out of innovative, eco-conscious materials.
Handmade womens bracelets each have their own unique characteristics. Color, texture, size and design all vary. Often, the technique alone will tell you, for example, hand-knotted, braided or woven bracelets. Leather bracelets with cutout motifs or embossing are usually crafted by hand.Thai jewelry by Karen silversmiths shows hand-stamped geometric or floral motifs and beads are usually made of fine silver, which is more malleable than sterling. Similarly, filigree jewelry is a meticulous handcrafted process. Most bracelets with natural, sustainable or recycled materials are handmade. Even some of the most sophisticated and modern gold and silver may be signed by the artist who made it.The most common indicator that a bracelet is handmade is the detailed and intricate design. Novica artisans demonstrate their techniques in the many videos on www.novica.com youll find the links on their product descriptions and also on the artisan bio page.
Traditional bracelet-making techniques have been passed down over generations around the world. Womens bracelets in gold and silver are usually crafted with the lost wax technique. The image is sculpted in wax and enveloped in a mold materia. As molten gold or silver is poured into the mold, the wax image melts and the metal takes its place. However coiling fine strands of metal results in Andean filigree jewelry. Balinese artistry applies polished spirals and tendrils as well as tiny globes known as jawan to sleek silver jewelry. And a few contemporary artisans even weave or crochet the slender silver strands.Jade was highly prized by the Maya and still has an important place in modern Guatemalan jewelry. Amber from the rich mines in southern Mexico adorns the womens bracelets, necklaces, and earrings of the area. Macrame and beading are popular everywhere for boho style. And West Africas handmade beadwork is renowned the world over.
Womens bracelets carried immense cultural significance in ancient times and they still do. In Perus pre-Hispanic societies, gold represented the sun, and jewelry indicated social status and identity, as it also did among the Maya of Mexico and Central America. In India, bangles or kangans showed a woman was married and are a part of the 16 adornments customarily worn by a Hindu bride. Traditional West African beads are a sign of cultural identity. Each one has a meaning and tells a story.Today, womens bracelets are still culturally significant. In India, jewelry often depicts religious symbols and meditative mantras. Balinese bracelets may also depict dragons, thought to be the protectors of the gods, or the Hindu Barong deity, also a protection symbol. Motifs stamped into Karen hill tribe silver encourage living in harmony with nature. The hand-knotted bracelets of Guatemala symbolize friendship but evolved from a silent protest for loved ones missing during the countrys armed conflict. Today, friends each tie a bracelet on the others arm and make a wish. The bracelet is worn until it wears out and falls off so the wish will come true.
Silver, gold, brass and copper have been popular for thousands of years and are often set with colorful gemstones. Artisans in different regions of the world take advantage of unique local resources, such as Brazilian golden grass, leather and coconut shell from Thailand, and carved bone jewelry from Bali. Intricate openwork carving, known as jali, can be seen in bangles from India. West Africa has a long tradition of beadwork, with beautiful beads made from recycled glass and even plastic becoming popular in recent years.
Handmade necklaces are incomparable works of wearable art. Each one is unique in shape, color, size and design. Artisans from across the globe offer their own distinctive style of craftsmanship. In India, the vibrant colored gemstones have become a signature fashion statement. Balinese jewelry is characterized by ornate sterling tendrils set with tiny silver spheres. In Brazil, womens necklaces are often sleek and contemporary, with gemstones chosen for their particular energies. Many jewelry designs from Bali and Central America feature hand-knotted macram, such as that used in Guatemalas popular friendship bracelets. Handmade finishes may show variations in metal patterns. No two natural gemstones share the same characteristics. Each necklace holds its own individualistic sense of beauty, making it evident that it was crafted by hand. Some even bear the artisans signature.
Sustainable necklaces are designed with reusable materials, and each culture makes use of the objects and materials most readily at hand. For example, many Andean, Central American and Thai artists use repurposed wood. West African artisans use recycled paper, and beads of recycled glass or plastic. In Thailand, Mexico and Bali, coconut shells are often used. Indian artists sometimes repurpose silk from saris. And Brazilian artists collect discarded zippers and soda pop-tops to crochet into stunning, eco-friendly designs.
Many artisans the world over work in lost wax. They sculpt the image they want in wax, encase it in a mold, and pour molten silver or gold into it. The wax melts and flows out, leaving only the precious metal. However some artisans in Peru specialize in handmade silver and gold filigree, and some Balinese necklaces feature chains that are handwoven from slender metal strands. Karen hill tribe artisans in Thailand often use manual tools to stamp decorative motifs on fine silver. Other techniques include macram, beaded or gemstone strands, hammered metals, and carved wood or bone.
Precious metals and natural gemstones are the most popular materials for women's necklaces. Silver, gold and brass all provide durability as well as beauty. Artisans also utilize local materials that can include coconut shells, bamboo, bright African print fabrics, ceramic beads, natural amber, carved bone and bull horn. Both Peru and Mexico have rich silver mines and silver is used for traditional jewelry as well as contemporary designs.
Womens necklaces are versatile and come in many styles and lengths. They can be layered or worn alone as a statement piece. Many designs go with everything from jeans to office wear or an evening out on the town. The best thing about jewelry is that its a customizable form of expression that provides a sense of luxury and individuality.
When assessing the workmanship of a necklace, its helpful to pay attention to certain characteristics. For example, quality necklaces are balanced designs that rest comfortably around the neck. Clasps are secure and work well, and gemstones and beads are properly set. The precious metals should be nicely finished, and beads should not be too tightly strung. Well-made necklaces reflect excellent craftsmanship and attractive materials.
Each culture celebrates its rich jewelry-making history through specific symbols and styles. For example, traditional West African beads, which adorn many necklaces from the region, each have a story and a specific occasion when they are worn. Others may feature the Ghanian adinkra symbols, which convey popular wisdom. In ancient Andean civilizations, the leaders apparel and jewelry showed their rank and also incorporated religious symbols. Similarly, necklaces from Bali often depict deities from the Hindu pantheon. In India, a womans jewelry is linked to her status in society and may depict Hindu gods as well as mantra symbols such as the omkara, the root of all sounds and the emblem of the Most High. Angel necklaces and harmony ball necklaces are often worn by pregnant women in Bali and in Mexico. The pendant makes a delicate bell sound, thought to soothe the mother and the baby she is carrying. Some believe it summons a guardian angel, thus making it a symbol of loving protection.
Absolutely! Jewelry is an art form that allows makers to express their individuality and cultural influences, and certain designs are used to represent important symbols. For example, Central American artisans incorporate traditional figures, glyphs, and pre-Hispanic folklore. In Mexico, the famous work of artists Angel Ortiz, Maria Belen Nilson, and Rosa Rojo highlight the beauty of Aztec, Mayan and Teotihuacan civilizations. In Peru, powerful symbols, like the Andean chakana, are used to represent humanitys union with the cosmos. Indian artists are extremely tied to their faith and spirituality. Earring designs include chakra gemstones, motifs of Lord Ganesha, and other spiritual imagery. In Bali, the Om symbol is prevalent, as well as the mythological panther-like Barong image, which is seen as a protector spirit. Designs pulled from the natural world, like animal figures, feathers, plants, as well as stones, are used in almost every culture, which then infuses them with their own particular meanings.
Yes! We offer a wide selection of earrings that are made from eco-friendly materials. Cow bone, water buffalo horn, fabric, recycled paper, wood, palm leaf and coconut shells, just to name a few. Product descriptions always list materials used, so be sure to read about each product to discover how artisans are working to ensure sustainability and environmental consciousness.
There is no best when it comes to handmade earrings. However, certain materials lend themselves well to jewelry. Silver and gold, for example, are frequently used to make earrings because of their luster and shine. Each region puts its own unique touch on the art of earring-making. Most use some combination of silver, gold, gemstones, wooden or glass beads, and bones. Some regions, like West Africa, have found ways to introduce up-cycling into the jewelry-making process. Recycled plastic and paper beads, as well as coconut shells are commonly integrated into beautiful works of earring art. Whatever materials used, quality and safety are always our top priorities. Each pair of earrings is tested to ensure its safety. If you do have sensitive skin, you may consider rhodium plated earrings, as rhodium is completely hypoallergenic. You can always find all relevant information about materials in the product description.
More than a mere fashion statement, men's jewelry, including bracelets, have been worn throughout history to communicate cultural, religious, and social beliefs. Prehistoric man adorned his wrists with bones and shells to ward off evil spirits. Wealthy men wore bracelets made of gold and silver to display their power and status. Bracelets evolved over time from good luck charms to status symbols to modern style accessories. All the while, they pick up and preserve meaning from the past. In Peru, gold and silver bracelets were meant to complement each other symbolically. Gold represented the sun, the day, and the masculine. Silver represented the moon, the night, and the feminine. These two bright, powerful metals held one another in balance. In Central America, natural materials decorated men's jewelry to signify a connection to place. Metals, bone, shells, bird feathers (especially the beautiful quetzal bird), and carved stones (particularly jade for its power of fertility and life) protected and decorated the wearer.
Global artisans use all sorts of materials in their handcrafted jewelry for men. In the Andes, sterling silver, leather, and combinations of natural stones are frequently used. In Bali, silver, gold, bone, wood, brass, and stainless copper adorn handmade jewelry. In West Africa, men's jewelry honors the cow, where bone and horns are incorporated into unique pieces.
Excellent question! There is no simple test that can tell you whether an artisan hand-crafted your jewelry or not. No easy way to know if an item is handmade or factory-produced. But there are details that you can look out for, and hopefully a discerning eye will guide you right. First, look at materials. If a bracelet is made of leather with embossed detailing, or sterling silver with intricate carvings or stone settings, you are entering the realm of the handmade. If a bracelet is made from bone, or makes use of complicated beadwork, if there is evidence of welding or carving, then you can feel good about your purchase. Any true artisan will tell you: no two pieces of jewelry will come out identical if they are made by hand. Beware of sameness. Celebrate the idiosyncrasies of the artists hand and help preserve the techniques and traditions of the past.
The materials that comprise handmade artisan necklaces are as varied as the makers themselves. Craftspeople all over the world use metals, like sterling silver, gold, copper and brass, to perfect their designs. Cotton or nylon cord and leather are also common materials used in traditional mens jewelry. Wooden beads, cow bones, coconut shells, bamboo, and gemstones all adorn mens necklaces from across the globe.
Unique, stylish, and handcrafted. These are the guiding principles of wearing men's jewelry with confidence. There are no rules when it comes to men's bracelets. You can wear simple leather, or a combination of metals. You can go understated or bold. Colorful or subdued. However you choose to display your handmade jewelry, what matters most is that you discover pieces that attest to your own originality.
Many traditional artisans employ the handcrafted techniques of their ancestors, which favored a slow, methodical approach in a small workshop, as opposed to mass production. Today, they preserve these methodologies while intentionally distinguishing their approaches from those of large factories. Respect for the environment, and for animal and human life drive the artwork itself. Natural materials are often a sign that a product is eco-friendly. Additionally, many artisans look for ways to reuse or recycle in their artwork. Some choose to repurpose old wood or fabric. Some recycle glass beads or up-cycle plastic and discarded paper. Others follow practices that conserve resources, like water and energy, and are mindful of the pollutants they release into the environment. Shopping from organizations that promote eco-friendly products is the best way to ensure that you are receiving a unique item that does not damage the world through its making.
Handcrafted mens jewelry captures our undying passion for symbols and meaning through a variety of designs, emblems, and carvings. In ancient Peru, men wore necklaces adorned with pendants of human, animal, and divine characters. A common symbol that has withstood the test of time is the Andean Chakana, or the staggered cross, that attests to the relationship between humankind and the cosmos. In Bali, mens jewelry integrated the cross, the sign of freedom, and Ongkara symbol for oneness and spirituality. In Central America, carved glyphs were commonly used. Animal figures and bird feathers (like the quetzal and macaw) had special significance, as did natural stones. In India, Om and Ganesha symbols are used for protection, prosperity and purity. In West Africa, Gye nyame, symbolizing Gods deep power and infinite knowledge, is still used on necklaces.
There is no right way to wear mens rings. Right hand, left hand, ring finger or thumb, where you place your ring is as much a matter of preference and comfort as it is style. Besides the common ring finger to signify love or marriage, other fingers of note are the index finger, which symbolizes power, leadership, and authority in some cultures, and the thumb, which can signify wealth. Wherever you choose to don it, a handmade ring should be as unique as the man who wears it.
Like many things, when it comes to great craftsmanship, the evidence is in the details. We asked artisans what they look for in a good necklace, and heres what they told us. Keep your eye out for the smooth functioning of the lock. It should clasp easily and cleanly. Examine the weldings of the chain joints, and pay attention to the surface of the jewelry. Is it finished in high polish? Are handcrafted details evident? Are engravings handmade? Artisans also look for uniqueness in design, integrity of workmanship, and high-quality materials. Necklaces should be free from dents, and beads should stay fastened in place. No chips in the gemstones, no cuts in the bezel, and no obvious glue marks of any kind. While these standards may seem high, we believe that artisan jewelry should aim for the stars.
Since time immemorial, jewelry has been used as a personal ornament, religious signification, or tastes in fashion. Today's handcrafted artisan jewelry is no different. In West Africa, leather is prized by certain tribes and connotes a connection to culture. In Indonesia, black coral, or Akar Bahar, is believed to protect the wearer from witchcraft and evil, and so it is used in many jewelry items for men. In Peru, leaders adorned themselves with garments that were exclusive to their rank, so men's jewelry not only indicated their function, but was also steeped in iconography, religious code, and emblems of power and prestige. In India, artisan jewelry incorporates the motifs of Om, a spiritual symbol signifying the essence of consciousness, and Lord Ganesha, the god of beginnings who is honored at the start of rites and ceremonies. Today, artisans working in these classical styles preserve the heritage that was passed down to them over time.
To understand the significance of traditional, handcrafted men's rings, we need to talk about stones. All over the world, stones reveal deep cultural connections to the land, belief systems, and aspirations. In Peru, artisan jewelry makes use of chrysocolla (also known as "Peruvian turquoise"), which was used by the Incas as an inlay in their goldwork. They believed it calmed their emotions and strengthened their immune defenses because it had medicinal powers. In Bali, kecubung (Amethyst) is incorporated into handmade rings because it brings peace to those who wear it. Kalimaya (Opal) is believed to stabilize the mental well-being of the wearer. In Guatemala, jade is the stone of choice, as the Mayans attributed special powers to it, believing it symbolized life, fertility, and power. In India, onyx is a stone of vigor and stamina, which strengthens self-confidence, banishes grief, and stimulates wise decision-making. Lapis lazuli relieves anger and negative thoughts and eases frustrations. Tigers eye stone aids harmony and balance and helps release fear and anxiety. The list of unique stones is as long as the master craftspeople who use them in their traditional jewelry.
From wedding rings to religious symbols, men's rings have carried tremendous significance throughout history. In West Africa, rings were originally used to represent God's unmatched power and the authority of mankind on earth. In India, handcrafted rings have been used to symbolize everything from devotion and fidelity to eternity and belief in a deity. Today, like in many cultures, Indian rings represent love, engagement and marriage. Pre-Hispanic cultures in Central America and South America used handmade jewelry to denote social position, rank, as well as personal adornment. Metal, bone, shell, and stoneparticularly jadewere chosen for beauty and durability. Even the choice of metal has meaning in particular cultures. The Incas, for example, believed that gold was a sacred metal sent by the sun god, Inti, and all mines belonged to the emperor, who protected his metals with great zeal.
Men have worn rings since ancient times as a personal ornament, a sign of social position, official rank, or a symbol of religious beliefs. Handmade jewelry may reflect changes in fashion, but it remains rooted in the history and culture of a people and place. Each unique ring reveals the artistic sensibility of its maker, yet certain symbols and motifs appear frequently. In India, the Om motif has special cultural significance as a sacred spiritual symbol. It signifies ultimate reality, or consciousness. In Bali, the Om Kara, or Ongkara, represents five elements: wind, fire, ether, water, air, and earth, which correspond to different aspects of the human body. Religion and mythology are also manifest in traditional jewelry. Lord Ganesha, one of the most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon, is revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, and the god of intellect and wisdom. In Bali, Barong is a lion-like mythical creature that symbolizes victory and spiritual protection. These symbols and others can be found on handmade rings from around the world and are ways of honoring history, culture, and spirituality.
Techniques that rely on handmade craftsmanship honor the cultures and regions from which they come. In Bali, repouss, or the art of silver filigree, is still preserved by artisans today. In Central America, jewelry-makers work with natural stones, especially jade, in order to celebrate the techniques and materials used by their ancestors. In India, sterling silver jewelry is made through intricate jali carving or rawa (silver beading). Hand-casting and gemstone-cutting have also been passed down through the generations, and today, make their way into unique works of wearable art. In West Africa, fabrication (including soldering or welding) is a technique that has stood the test of time, as has leather twisting, which adorns mens jewelry from bracelets to necklaces.
The traditional techniques used to create artisan jewelry are as diverse as the cultures from which they come. In Peru, the ancient technique of handmade goldsmithing continues in the work of filigree, the art of weaving silver threads together. Originally brought to the Andes during the colonial period, filigree acquired local nuances and incorporated designs inspired by nature and daily life. In Bali, handmade jewelry makes use of a method called repouss, a decorative, detail-oriented artform that uses hammers and punches to raise metal in relief from the background of the ring. In West Africa, fabrication, casting, and forging are common handcrafted techniques, whereas in India, it is common to see cut gemstones intricately fitted within silver segments.
Traditional artisans handcraft jewelry using the techniques and materials of their ancestors. In Indonesia, the most common mens bracelet is made from Akar Baharnatural, or black, coral. In the Andes, sterling silver, leather, waxed cotton threads, or natural stones adorn handmade jewelry. In Central America, the list includes: gold, brass, cord, wood, or glass. West Africa also makes use of these materials, plus wooden beads. And India incorporates gemstones into its rich history of jewelry.
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