Nylon Jewelry Under $20(141 items)
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Featured Reviews on Nylon Jewelry Under $20
These pendants are colorful and a lovely work of art. I gave them as a gift that brought excitement and delight to the recipient! Look great with casual attire. Colors are brilliant!
Lovely string of amethyst beads
A perfect gift for any amethyst enthusiast. This is a generous string of beautiful purple amethyst beads.
Great gift your a young person
After hearing how much my niece like the DREAM silver bar necklace on a cord for her graduation, and how often she wears it, that then I got her this matching DREAM corn bracelet for her birthday. And she loved it.
Joias do Rio Gemstone jewelry
The designers at Joias do Rio find inspiration in nature's true beauty, as well as in the magnificence of Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil's gemstone jewelry is renowned worldwide for the rich detailing that designers apply to... read more
Popular Nylon Jewelry Under $20
Red Nylon Braided Bracelet with Amber Beads from Mexico, "Amber Passion"$14.99
Mexico's Juan García presents this trendy braided bracelet accented with three amber beads in natural hues. Hand crafted in a passionate cherry red color, the nylon bracelet can be extended to accommodate the wearer's wrist size. By using amber, a gemstone which varies greatly in color and inclusions, the artisan has created an accessory with a simple design that is nonetheless one-of-a-kind.
Glass Beaded Macrame Strand Bracelet from Guatemala, "Solola Fiesta"$12.99
Evoking the festivities in the town of Solola, colorful nylon cord is used to handcraft this macrame strand bracelet from Guatemala. Mirian Zet creates this adjustable bracelet, which is further accentuated with a strand of colorful glass beads.
Pair of Blue and White Geometric Ceramic Pendant Necklaces, "Evening Fiesta"$19.99
The art of the ancient Incas serves as inspiration for this pair of ceramic pendant necklaces from Peruvian artisan Dina. Decorated with symbols and shapes that recall the ancient culture's architecture and textiles, the pendants are painted by hand using purple, yellow, red, and black colors against a white and blue background. Each pendant is crowned with a tubular bead painted with similar designs and tones and hangs from black nylon cord.