Sterling Silver Maya Jewelry(42 items)
Discover the unique collection of Sterling Silver Maya Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Sterling Silver Maya Jewelry
WOW gorgeous! I love it.
Sooo much better on the wrist than in the photos. So unique, I was overwhelmed when I put it on! Nice weight to it, mirror polish, fits great and I am a pretty big guy. This piece will stay with me the rest of my life for sure. Thank you Angel Ortiz!
great workmanship, delicate!
because of the size detail is difficult to see when wearing. But even so, the black and silver studs are unique and sweet.
By BELLA MIA
Gorgeous piece just what I wanted for myself. I saw it and fell in Love with it. Sandra your work is beautiful. Thank you so much. I plan on buying more pieces from you soon. Take care and God bless you and your children. Madel.
Zandra Lorena Sajbin Jade jewelry
"I strongly believe that everything is possible if one has dreams, and that nothing is impossible if you work hard to achieve your goals."
Popular Sterling Silver Maya Jewelry
Light Green Jade Silver Heart Pendant Necklace Guatemala, "Mayan Heart in Light Green"$59.99
Guatemalan artisan Zandra Lorena Sajbin chooses to work with jade due to the stone's cultural significance for people of Mayan descent. She crafts this necklace from sterling silver, hanging a single green jade heart from a mariner chain.
Black Jade Sterling Silver Heart Pendant Necklace Guatemala, "Mayan Heart in Black"$69.99
Guatemalan artisan Zandra Lorena Sajbin chooses to work with jade due to the stone's cultural significance for people of Mayan descent. She crafts this necklace from sterling silver, hanging a single black jade heart from a mariner chain.
Coffee-Shaped Black Jade Stud Earrings from Guatemala, "Passion for Coffee in Black"$49.99
Riffing off of conventional designs, Pablo Roquel proudly designs this pair of stud earrings, featuring innovative techniques. Inspired by his love for coffee, the artisan crafts the petite earrings to feature ovals of black Guatemalan jade. Wavy textures etched across their surfaces mimic the cloven appearance of the coffee bean. Coffee and jade were of great importance to the ancient Maya, each used for religious rituals and marking social status.
Mexican 925 Silver Pendant Blue Macrame Unity Bracelet, "Quetzalcoatl-Kukulcan"$54.99
"The pre-Hispanic deity Quetzalcoatl, sometimes known as Kukulkan, united many different peoples. Legend says that Quetzalcóatl taught the Toltecs the silversmith's art. His symbol is the feathered serpent I engraved in this sterling silver pendant," Rosa Padilla, the artist behind Rosa Rojo, says. "For my unity bracelet, I chose blue, which represents serenity and peace, and is used in the flag of the United Nations. Its use in the macramé cord includes the values that unite us as a nation and as members of humanity," the Mexican artisan concludes.