Plastic Beaded Necklaces(226 items)
Featured Reviews on Plastic Beaded Necklaces
Lovely Authentic Necklace from Ghana
I ordered this necklace, not sure what to expect. It arrived yesterday, and I am very pleased. I appreciate the choice of beads and design made my this artist in her home country.
Such a fun piece!!!
This necklace gets rave reviews from me!!! I receive many compliments every time I wear it! It goes with literally everything. It is such a fun piece. One of the best purchases I have made for a while - so glad I bought it!! Colorful, creative, one-of-a-kind, and well made!
Africa! No TSA Pat down!
And I didnt even have to remove my shoes! The exquisite artistry strung in wooden beads speaks volumes of a vibrant culture. One can vicariously imagine the pulse of,say, a market on the outskirts of Accra where I might haggle good-naturedly over the price of her creation with Elizabeth Alorchie-Apetor! Africa travels well. kudos to the artisans of NOVICA! Thank You Elizabeth! John.
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 Plastic Beaded Necklaces
Beaded Pendant Necklace with Recycled Glass and Wood, "Eco Anonyam"$89.95
Centering this necklace, a pendant of recycled plastic resembles amber. Ghanaian artisan Tina Quaye designs and crafts this boho necklace, circling the wearer with beads of green recycled glass and brown sese wood. This necklace is named meaning "glory" in the Akan language.
Eco-Friendly Colorful Recycled Plastic Bead Necklace, "Wild Planet"$59.99
In an unspoken commitment to keeping the planet wild, Rita Addo Zakour creates this exciting necklace. The colorful beads with their swirling graduated hues are made from recycled plastic bottles that are melted down and then molded to shape. The necklace closes with a brass hook clasp.
Handcrafted Recycled Glass and Sese Wood Beaded Necklace, "African Roots"$44.99
Abigail Asana Abianka celebrates the rich traditions of Mother Africa with a stunning Ghanaian necklace. A bead combination of recycled glass, recycled plastic, and sese wood are strung together to compose flashes of vibrant color and texture. A focal pendant rests in the center.
Recycled Paper Handmade Necklace, "Festival in Accra"
Bright colors bring a festive feel to this original design. By Akwele Suma, the necklace combines beads made from recycled paper with diminutive disks cut from plastic bottles. The long strand loops around the neck as desired.
The artist uses the paper at hand so paper colors will vary, making each design a unique example of handcrafted art. These beads receive a protective coat of clear nail polish.