Silver Station Jewelry(95 items)
Discover the unique collection of Silver Station Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Silver Station Jewelry
Dainty and Delightful
A petite necklace perfect for a little girl or a woman who wants a small delicate piece that can be worn separately, or as part of a layered look due to length.
Karen Daisy, two strand necklace, is a unique beauty. Wear with large Chiang Mai Rose or Hill Tribe Joy earrings by designer, Achara. Happy with purchase.
Unique Stylish Necklace Makes a Statement
The design and craftsmanship of this necklace is exceptional. Whether I accessorize a jeans and simple blouse or a classic little black dress, this necklace completes the perfect outfit with an artisan but contemporary flair.
Ketut Sulastri Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Many of my designs are inspired by traditional Balinese arts and crafts combined with the current jewelry trends."
Popular Silver Station Jewelry
Multi Gemstones on Gold Plated Long Station Necklace, "Color and Fantasy"
Thailand's Saranarat conjures a feast of color and fantasy with the design of this station necklace. The cheerful glow of enhanced ruby, blue apatite, yellow citrine, lilac amethyst, and orange carnelian are in perfect harmony with blue kyanite, iridescent labradorite, and translucent smoky quartz. 24k gold plated beads add an elegant touch of distinction to this long necklace. The necklace is long enough to wrap twice around the neck.
.925 Sterling silver
Labradorite Station Harem Bracelet from India, "Aurora Quartet"
Featuring a one-carat array of labradorite that gleam with the hues of the Aurora Borealis, this harem bracelet from India is designed by Neetu Barathi. This exotic accessory circles the wrist with sterling silver cable chain. A single chain crosses the back of the hand, culminating in a chain loop circles one finger.
Silver and Black Enamel Harmony Ball Necklace with Onyx, "Happy Chime"
Crowned with onyx, a sterling silver sphere hosts a sleek black enameled globe inside. It chimes like a small bell. Ketut Sulastri crafts the necklace by hand with polished sterling spheres along the 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.