Wood Jewelry $100 to $200(26 items)
Discover the unique collection of Wood Jewelry $100 to $200 that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Renato Peres Silver and wood jewelry
"I create only pieces that express the love I have inside me. Now I am happy to cross the limits of my small city to show my creations to everyone through the web."
Popular Wood Jewelry $100 to $200
Citrine and Wood Pendant with Sterling Silver Cord Necklace, "Natural Intrigue"$199.99
Artisan Mary Geluda of Brazil handcrafts a stunning and unique long pendant necklace. The artisan creates a thick cord wrapped with cotton blend soutache in a color-blocked style, with warm brown on top and beige near the pendant. Sterling silver wire wraps around the cord and then descends to hold a an oblong pendant made of three types of wood: violetwood, pau marfim, and ipe. Centered on the pendant is a polished oval of citrine.
Sterling Silver and Mai Maka Wood Pendant Necklace, "Sophisticated Figure"$149.99
Adding a touch of sophistication to any outfit, this pendant necklace is designed by Ralyon Hengwatanakul in Thailand. The elegantly-shaped pendant is hand-carved from Mai Maka wood with a dark color and beautiful grain. A panel of sterling silver decorates the front of the pendant, centering sterling cable chain.
Coconut wood and leather pendant necklace, "Jungle Geometry"$139.99
Thailand's Pornpimon selects coconut wood for the modern design of this necklace. Carved into an oval, a rectangle and teardrop, the coconut wood pendants are set in polished sterling silver. The pendant centers a sleek brown leather cord.
.925 Sterling silver
Silver and Wood Modern Pendant Necklace from Brazil, "Modern Spring"$149.99
Framed by silver, a disc of natural angelim wood forms the pendant of this modern necklace from Brazil. Tereza Pavarini designs the necklace, including a rotating silver disc with elegant openwork that accentuates the wood. The necklace adorns the wearer on a leather cord, closing with a sterling silver clasp. The necklace can be flipped, displaying the wood by itself or with the silver disc in front.