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Bought 3 of these as gifts
I bought 3 of this style pendant as gifts ... Theyre really pretty with intricate silver work. My family members will be thrilled to get these.
This pendant is gorgeous and well made. I constantly receive compliments on it whenever I wear it. Just beautiful!
Dewa Arimbawa Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My designs incorporate more traditional aspects of Balinese life, including motifs found in architecture and traditional weaving."
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Popular Culture Jewelry
Irish Tree of Life Earrings with Marcasite, "Irish Tree of Life"$89.95
With branches reaching toward the heavens and rootsseeking out the sacred waters, the Tree of Life has been a symbol of balance and harmony for thousands of years. Crafted in Dublin, Ireland, these dangle earrings are made of sterling silver with sparkling marcasite.
Please note: necklace sold separately.
Irish Tree of Life Necklace with Marcasite, "Irish Tree of Life"$89.95
With branches reaching toward the heavens and rootsseeking out the sacred waters, the Tree of Life has been a symbol of balance and harmony for thousands of years. Crafted in Dublin, Ireland, this pendant necklace is made of sterling silver with sparkling marcasite.
Please note: earrings sold separately.
Sterling Silver Cultural Dangle Earrings from Bali, "Shining Songket"$39.95
The waving shapes of cloth is captured in sterling silver, handcrafted by Balinese artisan Dewa Arimbawa to dangle from the ears. Songket is a traditional type of decorative cloth woven from silk or cotton with shimmering metallic threads. The elegant nature of songket is captured in these earrings, featuring designs accented by a combination of finishes.
Ebony Wood and Leather Adinkra Cuff Bracelet from Ghana, "Charming Sankofa"$23.99
Ghanaian artisan Ali Mohammed designs a striking and beautiful cuff bracelet. The unisex bracelet circles the wrist with brown leather accented in white. At the center, a sese wood pendant forms the shape of the Adinkra symbol Depicting a bird that reaches to grab an egg off of its back, Sankofa signifies the importance of learning from the past.