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Sterling Silver Thai Hill Tribe Necklace
Sterling Silver Thai Hill Tribe Necklace
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Category: Jewelry/Necklaces

A delicately woven sterling silver chain is the focus of this necklace, handcrafted in Thailand by silversmiths from the northern hill tribes. Silver jewelry is a rich part of hill tribe tradition, both making it and wearing it. Women traditionally wear elaborate necklaces, headdresses, and bracelets for festivals and celebrations, and many hill tribe people prefer silver to paper currency. This necklace features beaded and braided elements created by members of three different Thai hill tribes.


$300.00
$159.00
Navajo Faux Lapis and Sterling Silver Watch
Navajo Faux Lapis and Sterling Silver Watch
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Category: Jewelry/Women's Watches

Navajo artisans working in Tempe, Arizona, continue their tribe's long tradition of handcrafted silver work in this watch. Silversmithing is a skill traditionally passed down through generations, and many of today's Navajo silversmiths are continuing a craft first practiced by family members over the past three centuries. Although stones like turquoise, jasper, and lapis are often featured in Navajo jewelry designs, it's the silver work that represents the true spirit of Navajo craftsmanship.


$149.00
Guatemalan Jade and Sterling Silver Bracelet
Guatemalan Jade and Sterling Silver Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Jade has an ancient history in Mesoamerica, where it was used by cultures from the Olmec to the Maya to the Aztec. It symbolized life and death and was used to make figurines, jewelry, and even inlays for teeth. The Maya believed that a jade bead would provide passage through the underworld. Because conquering Spaniards were more interested in gold, the sources of ancient Mesoamerican jade were lost for hundreds of years. In 1998, Hurricane Mitch, one of the most powerful hurricanes in modern history, exposed boulder-size jade deposits near Xalapa, Mexico. Archaeologists now believe this location was a major source of jade for ancient civilizations. The simple designs of these hand-carved accents let the stone’s mottled colors take center stage. Handcrafted in family workshops in Antigua, Guatemala. Stone colors may vary.


$159.00
Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring
Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring
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Category: Clothing/Jewelry/Rings and Pins

The traditional Irish claddagh ring depicts two clasped hands holding a crowned heart, symbols of love, loyalty, and friendship. The design's origins are clouded with mystery, but one of the most popular—and romantic—stories of how it came to be tells of goldsmith Robert Joyce from the village of Claddagh, who was forced into slavery after his ship was captured en route to the West Indies. Joyce's skills supposedly so impressed his master that the man offered him his freedom, his daughter's hand in marriage, and great sums of money if Joyce would stay. Joyce declined all of these temptations and returned to his betrothed in Ireland, where he presented her with this ring.


Available sizes: 6, 7, 8
$59.00
Balinese Sterling Silver Link Bracelet
Balinese Sterling Silver Link Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Kadek Hendra, a young Balinese jeweler, learned his craft from his silversmith parents. His strong artistic voice is unmistakable in this bracelet that juxtaposes shining sterling silver with oxidized flourishes. This handcrafted bracelet captures the balance of beauty and strength that perfectly matches the culture of Bali.


$300.00
$149.95
Sterling Silver Greek Key Earrings
Sterling Silver Greek Key Earrings
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Found throughout Greek art and architecture, the "meander" motif, also called the Greek key, is one of the most important symbols in ancient Greece. The unending pattern first appeared in the Geometric period (900-700 B.C.) and historians believe that it symbolized eternity and unity. Others have interpreted that it symbolizes the antagonistic and forever entwined relationship between mortals and the gods. The pattern has continued through the centuries, and can still be seen in neoclassical architecture around the world.


$115.00
Sterling Silver Greek Key Necklace
Sterling Silver Greek Key Necklace
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Found throughout Greek art and architecture, the "meander" motif, also called the Greek key, is one of the most important symbols in ancient Greece. The unending pattern first appeared in the Geometric period (900-700 B.C.) and historians believe that it symbolized eternity and unity. Others have interpreted that it symbolizes the antagonistic and forever entwined relationship between mortals and the gods. The pattern has continued through the centuries, and can still be seen in neoclassical architecture around the world.


$450.00
Lao Silver Necklace
Lao Silver Necklace
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

As the capital of the Kingdom of Laos until the mid 20th-century, Luang Prabang was home to artists and craftsmen who worked under the patronage of the royal family. Silverwork has a long history in the country, and jewelry designs show the influence of trade with China, Tibet, and India. The floral motif on our sterling silver necklace is called dok phikoun. Buddhist monks taught that the blossom represented good luck and longevity, but for many years only the royal family could use the motif. Today the petite design is found in handcrafted silver jewelry throughout the country, including our sterling silver necklace.


$395.00
Navajo Silver Feather Cuff Bracelet
Navajo Silver Feather Cuff Bracelet
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Feathers play an important part in the rituals and legends of many indigenous American cultures. For the Navajo in the Southwest, eagle feathers are especially important. They’re used to bless sacred spaces, in costumes for ceremonial dances, and in the prayer plumes that gave protection to mythological warriors. Our sterling silver bracelet is handcrafted by Navajo artisans in Arizona in the design of a stylized feather.


$169.00
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Cuff Bracelet
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Cuff Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

For the Navajo of the American Southwest, turquoise has always been an important element in art and ritual. In rain ceremonies it represents the connection between sea and sky. It's also believed to ensure favor with one's yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. A Navajo artist working in Arizona creates this sterling silver cuff by hand, and sets a round turquoise cabochon at the center.


$155.00
Celtic Warrior Bangle
Celtic Warrior Bangle
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The eighth-century Ardagh Chalice in the National Museum of Ireland is one of the most remarkable pieces of Celtic art. It was found in the 1800s by men who were plowing for potatoes. A repoussé design on the chalice, representing a protective shield, is the inspiration for this sterling silver and 18-karat gold bracelet. Handcrafted in Ireland using the lost-wax casting process.


$229.00
Art Deco Amber Teardrop Earrings
Art Deco Amber Teardrop Earrings
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Category: Jewelry/Earrings

Polish artisans have more than 80 names to describe types of amber, from flame and honey to clouded and woolly. Often found along the Baltic Sea, amber has been popular in jewelry for centuries. Here, teardrops of honey amber are paired with sterling silver leaves in earrings that reflect an early-20th-century art deco style.


$59.00
Newar Amethyst Earrings
Newar Amethyst Earrings
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Faceted amethyst is complimented by sterling silver links in these handcrafted earrings. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal.


$49.00
Celtic Aria Amethyst Earrings
Celtic Aria Amethyst Earrings
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry

The studio that handcrafts this Celtic-inspired jewelry is committed to environmentally and ethically responsible practices both in the creation of their designs and the day-to-day work of running a design studio. Mining gold, silver, and gemstones can be extremely damaging to the earth, and is often associated with exploitative labor practices. By using 100% recycled metals in their designs, they can honor the age-old appreciation for these precious materials while seriously reducing their impact on the earth.


$55.00
Celtic Aria Garnet Necklace
Celtic Aria Garnet Necklace
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The studio that handcrafts this Celtic-inspired jewelry is committed to environmentally and ethically responsible practices both in the creation of their designs and the day-to-day work of running a design studio. Mining gold, silver, and gemstones can be extremely damaging to the earth, and is often associated with exploitative labor practices. By using 100% recycled metals in their designs, they can honor the age-old appreciation for these precious materials while seriously reducing their impact on the earth.


$55.00
Celtic Aria Amethyst Necklace
Celtic Aria Amethyst Necklace
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The studio that handcrafts this Celtic-inspired jewelry is committed to environmentally and ethically responsible practices both in the creation of their designs and the day-to-day work of running a design studio. Mining gold, silver, and gemstones can be extremely damaging to the earth, and is often associated with exploitative labor practices. By using 100% recycled metals in their designs, they can honor the age-old appreciation for these precious materials while seriously reducing their impact on the earth.


$55.00
Borobudur Lotus Necklace
Borobudur Lotus Necklace
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Category: Clothing/Jewelry/Necklaces

Three handcrafted sterling silver and bronze rings mirror the three levels of Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monument in the world, in Magelang, Java. The largest disk is adapted from a Borobudur carving of a lotus blossom, the Buddhist symbol of purity of body, spirit, and mind. Sterling silver chain.


$99.00
$59.99
Celtic Cross Necklace
Celtic Cross Necklace
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The intricate Celtic cross—often decorated with elaborate trinity knots and scrollwork—may have first been used by St. Patrick as a symbol to convert Druids in Ireland. Combining the Christian cross with monuments that represented more earthly spirituality such as the sun and moon and tree of life would have linked pagan and Christian beliefs and helped the saint deliver his message throughout Ireland. Today many people are drawn to the design more as an expression of Irish or Scottish family ties than as a religious symbol.


$59.00
$15.99
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Pendant
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Pendant
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Ireland's "forty shades of green" are reflected in Connemara marble, a rich green stone found only in western Ireland and dating back more than 900 million years to the Precambrian era. In this handcrafted necklace deep green Connemara marble peeks out from behind a sterling silver hawthorn tree… widely known as the preferred home of the fairy folk.


$69.00
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Earrings
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Earrings
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Ireland's "forty shades of green" are reflected in Connemara marble, a rich green stone found only in western Ireland and dating back more than 900 million years to the Precambrian era. In these handcrafted earrings deep green Connemara marble peeks out from behind a sterling silver hawthorn tree… widely known as the preferred home of the fairy folk.


$69.00
Newar Amethyst Necklace
Newar Amethyst Necklace
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry

Faceted amethyst is complimented by sterling silver links in this handcrafted necklace. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal.


$139.00
Five Rivers Navajo Turquoise Bracelet
Five Rivers Navajo Turquoise Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Believed to bestow the wearer with courage, luck, health, and protection, turquoise has been used in jewelry making for millennia by cultures as diverse as the Navajo, ancient Egyptians, and Tibetans. This sterling silver bracelet is handcrafted by Navajo artisans in Arizona and features five smooth turquoise stones.


$199.00
Navajo Turquoise Beaded Necklace
Navajo Turquoise Beaded Necklace
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For the Navajo, turquoise is believed to ensure favor with one’s yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. This necklace is handcrafted by Navajo artisans in Arizona and features a smooth cabochon pendant set in sterling silver on a satin strand of blue and green turquoise discs.


$99.00