Brass Necklaces(768 items)
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Featured Reviews on Brass Necklaces
I bought this as a gift for an artist friend, who loved it and immediately put it on to wear. The quality of work and creativity far exceed the price. I bought a second one for my daughter; although still pretty, the square beads were replaced with a chain and the colors were different. If I buy a third, I?ll request the square brass beads.
Sukartini Handcrafted jewelry
"Today I work together with local silversmiths to promote Bali's beauty in our own way."
Popular Brass Necklaces
Thai Handmade Lapis Lazuli Necklace with Pearl Clusters, "Heaven's Gift"
Gray cultured pearls cluster on an opulent lapis lazuli strand for a beautiful contrast of color and texture. By Sasina in Thailand, this lovely beaded necklace is crafted by hand.
.925 Sterling silver plated clasp and extender
Beaded Multigem Pearl Necklace, "Spring Awakening"
Beautiful gemstones celebrate the earth's awakening in springtime. Knotted by hand of silk strands, brown and white pearls combine with peridot and citrine. Sasina creates this feminine necklace. The clasp and extender chain are plated in sterling silver.
Beaded Lapis Lazuli Necklace from Thailand, "Forever Blue"
Golden flecks illuminate the deep, rich blue of lapis lazuli. By Anusara in Thailand, this exquisite necklace combines the gem with tiny black seed beads to set off the gemstones. The necklace is adjustable in length, and the clasp is bathed in sterling silver.
.925 Sterling silver plated brass clasp
Bali Harmony Ball Necklace Handcrafted of Sterling Silver, "Shining Love"$129.95
Polished sterling tendrils embrace a shining brass globe in this lovely necklace from Sukartini. The petite chime pendant centers a long silver chain.
Also called "angel necklaces" and "harmony balls," Such necklaces are often worn by pregnant women in Bali and also in Mexico. The chain lets the pendant reach to the belly and the delicate sounds are thought to soothe the mother and the baby she is carrying. Some believe it summons a guardian angel, thus making it a symbol of loving protection.