Summer Jewelry(2,144 items)
Discover the unique collection of Summer Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you.
Featured Reviews on Summer Jewelry
I get so many compliments on these earrings whenever I wear them; they are beautifully made and so cute!
Beautiful colorful bracelet
This was perfect for a birthday gift for a dear friend. WE live near the beach and the colors remind me of the ocean. It is perfect with a pair of shorts and to wear with a dress to dinner. Just lovely...
Love this artists work! Its superb!
The ring is very comfortable to wear. The flat face on top could be engraved for a personal touch. While the design is basically traditional with the clouds detailing, the flat simple top gives it a modern touch. I have purchased several items from this artist and have been very happy with them.
Shanker Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"I started designing and crafting sterling silver jewelry and slowly, with the help of family and friends, I was able to establish myself in the field."
Popular Summer Jewelry
Wood Bangle Bracelets (Set of 3), "Fulani Muse in Khaki"$37.99
Robert Aidoo-Taylor is inspired by the traditional jewelry customs of the Fulani women. For them, the number of bangles they wear on either arm indicates social stature. Taylor hand-carves the three bangles of fine muskwood and trims two of them with threads of khaki linen.
Men's Unique Leather and Wood Pendant Necklace, "Ashanti Soul"$39.99
A bow and arrow face downward in a design by Ralph Ashong for a men's necklace inspired by Ashanti traditions. Hand-carved in a teakwood pendant, the image is Ashong's adaptation of one of the key regalia worn by the Ashanti King on special occasions, such as the Adae Kese Festival, a grand celebration of soul cleansing for the king. The regal pendant centers an adjustable leather necklace for men.
Colorful Men's Woven Wristband Bracelet from Ghana, "Colorful Ananse Web"$23.99
Robert Aidoo-Taylor weaves threads of kelly green, yellow and wine on brown for the design of this bracelet for men. "I took my time to conceptualize this design in the way a spider intricately weaves its web," confides Robert Aidoo-Taylor. The Ghanaian artisan takes his inspiration from Kweku Ananse, the Ashanti lord of all knowledge of stories and fables. He generally assumes the form of a spider though sometimes he may appear as a man. Ananse (also Anansi) is one of the most important characters in West Africa, and his tales have spread across the ocean. In the southern United States he evolved into 'Aunty Nancy'.
Ebony and ceramic pendant necklace, "All Things New"$44.99
Carved by hand, a pendant of ebony wood reveals abstract motifs. It centers a beaded necklace of ceramic, sese wood and batik on bone. The colorful disks are recycled plastic. The Ghanaian designer names this design which means "Naming Ceremony" in the Mossi language of Northern Ghana. "Celebrate the birth of all things new with this beautiful necklace," he says.