Plastic Jewelry(644 items)
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Featured Reviews on Plastic Jewelry
I bought these for two of my pre-teen granddaughters and they really loved them! They are so colorful, and with so many in the set they could share and sway with each other to match anything they were wearing.
I love the fact that these are recycled CDs and that they are being used in such a beneficial way instead of going to a landfill. I love the compliments I receive and I love to brag on Novica.
Gorgeous - makes a great gift
I gifted this to my young daughter for a Spring present. Its a pretty and sturdy little bracelet. Its delicate enough looking for her to show it off but also will hold up to whatever she might put it through as a 9 year old. Its also just lovely to look at!
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 Jewelry
Blue Braided Beaded Necklace Fair Trade Jewelry from Africa, "Sosongo in Blue"$59.99
Six beaded strands are interwoven in a braid to form the focal point of this necklace presented by Ghanaian Ila Suleyman. Each strand is threaded with blue recycled vinyl beads and the ends of the braided section are finished with sese wood beads and large agate stone beads that serve as spacers. The brass hook clasp matches the beads' warm tones. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "good way."
Black and Blue Ghanaian Necklace of Recycled Beads, "Blue Ghanaian Thank You"$39.99
Eight scintillating strands of blue and black beads combine with white for a dramatic necklace. Ila Suleyman selects seed beads of recycled glass and disks of recycled plastic to make a statement for the ecology. He names his design which means "Thank You" in the language of Northern Ghana.
Ebony and ceramic pendant necklace, "All Things New"$44.99
Carved by hand, a pendant of ebony wood reveals abstract motifs. It centers a beaded necklace of ceramic, sese wood and batik on bone. The colorful disks are recycled plastic. The Ghanaian designer names this design which means "Naming Ceremony" in the Mossi language of Northern Ghana. "Celebrate the birth of all things new with this beautiful necklace," he says.