Wood Jewelry(829 items)
Welcome to Novica's Wood Jewelry Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our wooden jewelry collection below:
Featured Reviews on Wood Jewelry
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!
Cute way to wear a pop of pink!
Perfect accessory to add a dash of pick to your outfit with! Nice that its not plastic, either - love wearing wood!
By Mary Vice
Simple design made beautiful and captivating.
This elephant is the most beautiful of its kind that I have seen. The wood grain is not apparent in the photos, and it was a welcome surprise. The photo simply doesnt come close to convey its beauty. Theres just enough detail to make it unmistakably an elephant, yet it is not overdone. The artist has captured the sweetness of these sensitive and intelligent animals. The size is perfect--a noticeable statement piece that is not too large as to be gaudy. Such a lovely piece, Id gotten it for a gift, and now I hope to get another for my own. The price is more than reasonable. I cant praise it enough.
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."
"I remember... read more
Popular Wood Jewelry
Gold Accented Labradorite Beaded Stretch Bracelet from Bali, "Batuan Harmony"$59.95
Choosing gemstones of natural labradorite, Balinese artisan Ketut Sulastri strings this beaded stretch bracelet with a tonal harmony. The bracelet is accentuated with petite beads of 22k gold plated sterling silver and natural cumala wood. Ketut names the bracelet after Batuan, a Balinese village noted for its handicrafts.
Hot Pink Torsade Necklace Wood Beaded Jewelry, "Ping Belle"$23.99
In hot pink and brown, this torsade necklace is by Sumalee Nawakul. She crafts the necklace by hand with dyed pink wood beads of littleleaf boxwood, creating 10 hand-knotted strands that twist into a necklace that can fasten at two different lengths.
One of the first things you notice about Khun Sumalee (also known as Goong to her friends), one of Novica... read more