Wood Jewelry from Brazil(48 items)
Welcome to our Wood Jewelry from Brazil Collection, each piece crafted by NOVICA artisans who carry on ancestral traditions in contemporary designs.
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My first order from Novica and I delighted with my purchase. Beautifully designed by the artisan, and handcrafted with great attention to detail. Thank you!
Teixeira Family Wood inlay jewelry and eco-friendly home decor
"We recycle vinyl LP records and CDs in wall clocks, which we combine with wood inlay and pyro-engraving. We make jewelry boxes with recycled wood and decorate them with assorted cast-offs."
"We left our home of Belém in Northern Brazil seeking new work opportunities and better schools for our little daughter, Sofia," the artisans explain. "In Rio de... read more
Popular Wood Jewelry from Brazil
Wood Pendant Necklace with Intricate Line Motifs, "Intricate Lines"$19.99
Hand-carved from cuieira wood with intricate line patterns, a double pendant dangles from the center of this necklace from Brazil. Designed by Cida Matos, this accessory adorns the wearer with several strands of black cord. Black cedar wood beads dangle from the adjustable sliding knot.
Handcrafted Fan-Shaped Wood Dangle Earrings from Brazil, "Striped Fans"$37.99
18k gold plated hooks host two fan-shaped marquetry earrings, crafted by hand using a variety of different wood types. Including a base of mahogany, these striped fan earrings are designed by members of Brazil's Teixeira Family, working together to create beautiful accessories.
Handcrafted Brown Wood Dangle Earrings from Brazil, "Forest Colors"$27.99
Made from five different types of wood, these dangle earrings capture the natural beauty and color of the Brazilian forest. Members of the Teixeira family craft the earrings, which are rectangular in shape. The dangle from 18k gold plated hooks.
Circular Wood and Onyx Clip-On Earrings from Brazil, "Sleek Variety"
Framed by circles of high-polish sterling silver, pieces of purpleheart, jutai, angelim-pedra, and garapa wood showcase the distinct colors of Brazil's natural elements. Mary Geluda creates this pair of button-style clip-on earrings, which feature orbs of faceted onyx.