Bird Necklaces(229 items)
Birds offer a flowing perfection that inspires NOVICA artisans to design necklaces with perfect alacrity. Reflecting the aviary population of their countries, they handcraft Bird Necklaces that are sure to captivate.
Featured Reviews on Bird Necklaces
By Lisa Laree
I had a scarf with hummingbirds printed on it; on a whim, I looked for some hummingbird jewelry to go with it. This was what I landed on, and I have really enjoyed it. It is light and delicate and makes me smile just to see it hanging on its storage peg. Lovely work!
Fantasy and magic
I got this for my niece who loves myths and magic. This was a perfect item for her with the unicorn (my favorite) and the Phoenix. It?s good, especially right now, to keep something fantastical in our lives.
Zandra Lorena Sajbin Jade jewelry
"I strongly believe that everything is possible if one has dreams, and that nothing is impossible if you work hard to achieve your goals."
Popular Bird Necklaces
Artisan Crafted Owl Family Pendant on Leather Cord Necklace, "White Owl Family"$19.99
Made Wardika depicts a white owl holding a baby bird in its protective embrace. Working in bone, he carves the pendant by hand and displays it on a long cord necklace of dark brown leather. Animals are a favorite theme for this Balinese artisan.
Maya Eclipse Lilac and Dark Green Jade Pendant Necklace, "Lilac Quetzal Eclipse"$99.99
Zandra Lorena Sajbin creates a pendant of extraordinary beauty in honor of Maya astronomy. She crafts it by hand of sterling silver. A quetzal bird and a temple appear on one side, superimposed on a disk of lilac jade. The other side is dark green jade with a polished crescent moon. Maya astronomers sought to predict eclipses, which they likened to the galaxy taking a breath and which influenced human conscience.
Lilac jade is a natural stone. Its color will vary due to its white, green, blue and rose veins.
Artisan Crafted Unicorn Necklace in Bone on a Leather Cord, "Unicorn and Phoenix"$25.99
Mythical creatures bring a fantastical portent to this novel pendant necklace. By Made Wardika, its pendant is delicately carved from bone to depict the elusive unicorn and the phoenix bird, with its promise of resurrection. The Balinese artisan colors the carving by soaking it in tea and displays it on a cord of dark brown leather.