New Arrivals : Earrings(168 items)
Discover the unique collection of New Arrivals : Earrings that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
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These are beautiful earrings. They have a delicate look, but are large enough to have a nice presence. These are definitely keepers. I love everything about them.
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Huichol Beadwork Long White Deer & Bright Jicuri Earrings, "Bright Jicuri Deer"$89.99
Resembling a flower with six petals, a bright or peyote bud, crowns these earrings. The centerpiece of Huichol ritualism, jicuri is revered for its curative properties and its ability to enlighten the one who partakes of it. The deer also figures prominently in Huichol cosmology, and a blue deer is considered their brother and guardian. A white deer takes pride of place in this colorful beadwork design. Red, orange, yellow and black bring a bold contrast. Huichol Cultural Center artisans craft the pair by hand with a cascade of long beaded fringe.
Huichol Handcrafted Black-Brown Beadwork Waterfall Earrings, "Midnight Cascade"$119.99
Scintillating seed beads cascade from diamonds in long, lovely earrings. Diamond-shaped talismans known as the "eyes of God" refer to the four cardinal points in Huichol belief and direct one to the correct path of life. Meticulously handcrafted by artisans of Mexico's Huichol Cultural Center, they combine black seed beads with brown and ivory.
Huichol Honey Brown-Ivory-White Beadwork Waterfall Earrings, "Honey Arrowheads"$79.99
Long, slender earrings come to life in honey brown. At the top, triangles in white, tan and brown resemble arrowheads. Arrows belong to the shaman, or who is able to speak with the blue deer, brother of the Huichol people. Artisans from Mexico's Huichol Cultural Center craft their design by hand, meticulously placing each bead one by one. Faceted beads punctuate their fringe cascade.
Huichol Purple-Blue-Green-Orange Beadwork Waterfall Earrings, "Bright Arrowheads"$79.99
Long, slender earrings come to life in violet. At the top, multicolor triangles resemble arrowheads. Arrows belong to the shaman, or who is able to speak with the blue deer, brother of the Huichol people. Artisans from Mexico's Huichol Cultural Center craft their design by hand, meticulously placing each bead one by one. Faceted blue, turquoise, red and yellow beads adorn their fringe cascade.
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