Hill Tribe Bracelets(887 items)
Discover the unique designs in our Hill Tribe Bracelet Collection that NOVICA artisans have crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Hill Tribe Bracelets
Love this delicate bracelet
Delicate but strong, this bracelet is perfect for wearing frequently alone - or with other bracelets. I like it alone. Its dainty and not obtrusive, but very pretty. I love it!
Evokes lots of smiles
This bracelet goes with everything dressed up or down. It always make me happy, as well as, others who spot it on me. So carefully crafted and unusual.
Simple but sturdy and beautiful
This is 950 silver and I have been wearing it for 6 weeks or so. Excellent craftsmanship and very pretty. I shower and sleep as well with this on. No tarnish. I do wipe it with soft cotton cloth few times a week. Will highly recommend this.
Pakaon Sojintarit Handcrafted jewelry with Thai hill tribe silver
"The allure of silver jewelry took me back to run my family's project. It is blended between traditional and modern design, and I'm happy with it."
“Thirty years ago, my parents sold souvenirs such as bags, scarves, silk articles, etc. But the disadvantage was these products were... read more
Popular Hill Tribe Bracelets
Black Cultured Pearl and Garnet Hill Tribe Starfish Bracelet, "Dark Starfish Love"$49.99
Matta celebrates the sea with a stunning bracelet. Black cultured pearls evoke the night as they alternate with garnet globes. A silver starfish charm suspends elegantly, showcasing the fine craftsmanship of the Thailand's hill tribe silversmiths.
Karen Silver Chalcedony Beaded Bracelet from Thailand, "Karen Glee"$29.99
Crafted by hand, a Karen hill tribe silver charm dangles at the center of this bracelet from Thailand. Siranya designs this accessory, circling the wrist with handmade silver beads and round sterling silver beads. Colorful chalcedony gemstones complete this bracelet.
Thai Hill Tribe & Sterling Silver Black Cord Unity Bracelet, "We Unite"$39.99
A sterling silver pendant urges us to unite in this original bracelet by Napapat. It depicts a square knot. She displays it on a black macramé cord and adds beads of 950 silver from Thailand's hill tribe artisans. "The idea comes from the terrible scourge of COVID-19," she confides. "We shall unite to fight back and stop the death toll that seems to rise each day."