Natural or White Jewelry(39 items)
Discover the unique collection of Natural or White Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Natural or White Jewelry
The Tan Ivory Progression bracelet is so simple and intricate with its silver accents, that I examine it every time I have it on. The fine knotting, and the tiny silver beads entwine themselves and become indistinguishable from each other, so simple and beautiful.
Beautiful Pearl cuff - everyone should try it!
The design, quality and precision of this fine piece of art is simply beautiful. This type of bracelet is very easy to wear!
Bali Fish Hook
Absolutely beautiful necklace. The length is adjustable and the bone fish hook is exquisite.Proud to wear it!
Ila Suleyman Leather and beaded jewelry
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
Popular Natural or White Jewelry
Cultured Pearl Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet from Indonesia, "Sterling Rope"$69.99
Wayan Neri presents this beautiful handcrafted cuff bracelet. Featuring white cultured pearls, this bracelet is made from sterling silver with Balinese floral motifs. A discreetly concealed hinge makes it easy to put on and take off.
Handcrafted Cultured Pearl and Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet, "Shrine"$79.99
Intricate swirl motifs exude Balinese style in this cuff bracelet by Komang Wijayana. Handcrafted from sterling silver, the cuff features a gleaming cultured freshwater pearl on each end. An artfully concealed hinge makes it easy to put on and take off.
Crescent-Shaped Horn Pendant Necklace with Blue Leather Cord, "Sida"$44.99
The natural variations in color from milk white to beige to grey of a crescent-shaped pendant of horn are showcased in this necklace. Multiple leather cords in delft blue are knotted to each side and a recycled button serves as a clasp. Ila Suleyman of Ghana designs and crafts this unique necklace and gives it the name Sida, a Mamprusi word meaning 'truthful.'