Black Cord Jewelry from Bali and Java(28 items)
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A special gift for a family member
This is not my first purchase from this artist. Such amazing details in every piece. This is a gift for my Grandson. His second carved Skull. His first was Demon King. Keep them coming!! And Thank You.
This piece is better than pictured. It is very delicate and strong at the same time. It is simply exquisite.
This bracelet should come with a lock & key!!
I couldnt wait until I got back from my hometown of NJ knowing that my leather bracelet named the Dark Alligator was waiting for me, I put it on the moment I removed it from the decorative box! How cool but yet sinister (in a good way)! Family and friends eyes lit up for sure! This is mine and you cannot have it! Thank you, Henry Anthony Sanny! Sincerely, Michael P
Henry Anthony Sanny Sterling silver and leather jewelry
Henry's jewelry collections for men are influenced by his Indonesian surroundings, as well as by his admiration of Japanese artistry.
His artistic spirit found reflection in jewelry design, and Bali became the perfect... read more
Popular Black Cord Jewelry from Bali and Java
Brass and Black Obsidian Cord Unity Bracelet from Bali, "Golden Handshake"$29.99
Crafted of golden brass, hands come together to clasp an orb of black obsidian. They seem to share both its weight and responsibility in a single gesture of friendship. Henry Anthony Sanny displays the lovely pendant on a black cord unity bracelet. The sliding clasp reads "Fight Racism."
Karma Counter bracelet and natural fiber journal, "Good Vibes"$34.99
Balinese artisans find inspiration in Buddhist spiritual traditions for the design of this unique karma set from the Pertiwi Collection. It includes a bracelet crafted with natural rubber and light and dark glass beads. For every good deed done in a day, slide a lighter bead to the center. For any bad deed, slide a darker one. At the end of the day count of which color there are more, and keep a record of it in the karma journal. It is crafted by hand with rice paper and decorated with cinnamon stick on the lontar leaves covers.
The karma counter is a millenary method developed in Tibet, to remind one to stop and think about the ramifications of any action one is about to do in a genuine consideration of other's need and happiness. It is believed that as the ratio of white pebbles grows for having done well to others, so will good karma return to one.
Handmade Sterling Silver Charm and Gemstone Bead Necklace, "Lotus Glow"
A pear shaped bead crafted from natural rose quartz and a jet black onyx bead dangle from a black leather cord to create this lovely necklace presented by the Balinese workshop of Ketut Sulastri. A small sterling silver charm hand engraved with a stylized lotus hangs alongside them, featuring a textured and oxidized finish.