National Geographic Hill-tribe Woven Sterling Silver Cuff

National Geographic Hill-tribe Woven Sterling Silver Cuff

Handcrafted silver jewelry is a tradition among members of Thai hill tribes, who often supplement their income from farming by making silver jewelry to sell. For some, jewelry has become their primary source of income. The rows of geometric designs... more

$450.00 $149.99

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National Geographic Amber Rose Intaglio Bracelet

National Geographic Amber Rose Intaglio Bracelet

Often found along Baltic shores, amber is the fossilized resin of prehistoric trees and is among the oldest and most prized materials in human adornment. Ancient Chinese lore tells that when tigers die, their souls become amber. In Old Norse tradition,... more

$198.00

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National Geographic Spiral and Bell Bracelets

National Geographic Spiral and Bell Bracelets

Rather than carry paper money, women of northern Thailand's hill tribes wear their wealth in the form of jewelry. Heirloom pieces are passed down through generations, or melted and made into new pieces for New Year festivals. These jingly white-metal... more

$39.00 $20.99

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National Geographic Turkish Blue Moon Turquoise Cuff

National Geographic Turkish Blue Moon Turquoise Cuff

Did you know that the name for the deep blue-green stone we call turquoise is actually based on misinformation? It's from the French word for Turkish, because European traders found the stone at Turkish bazaars and assumed it was mined nearby, although... more

$118.00 $74.99

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National Geographic Yellow Rivers Bracelet

National Geographic Yellow Rivers Bracelet

European art during the Renaissance was highly influenced by the goods coming from China along the Silk Road. Natural motifs of flowers and leaves decorated exquisite Chinese porcelain and began showing up in European furniture and jewelry designs.... more

$32.00 $14.99

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National Geographic Silver and Leather Bracelets, Men's

National Geographic Silver and Leather Bracelets, Men's

Jewelers on the island of Java work in open-air studios creating the sterling silver beads that have been a local art form since the 16th century. This bracelet begins with a technique called repouss�, where designs are hammered into a sheet of metal.... more

$85.00

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National Geographic Amazonite Wrap Bracelet

National Geographic Amazonite Wrap Bracelet

A stream of gently faceted amazonite beads flows neatly between two leather cords in this handcrafted wrap bracelet. A sterling silver blossom serves as the clasp-a reminder of the silverwork worn by the hill tribes in the artisan's native Phetchabun... more

$128.00 $62.99

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National Geographic Azure Leather Wrap Bracelet

National Geographic Azure Leather Wrap Bracelet

During the dry winter season in central Thailand, some village farmers become prospectors, panning local riverbeds for gold nuggets that are usually no bigger than the tiny gold-plated beads in this wrap bracelet. Like the search for gold, the process... more

$99.00 $48.99

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National Geographic Indonesian Women's Teman Bracelet

National Geographic Indonesian Women's Teman Bracelet

Java is renowned for its silversmiths, who have an extensive repertoire of skills and styles. These braided chain bracelets, called teman for the Indonesian word for friend, are made using an interlocked technique known as tulang naga, or dragon bone.... more

$125.00

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National Geographic Balinese Morning Cuff Bracelet

National Geographic Balinese Morning Cuff Bracelet

Imagine sailing around the world, collecting unique materials on remote beaches and far-flung destinations to use in creating your own jewelry designs. That's exactly what the artisans of this stunningly simple bracelet do. Currently anchored in... more

$88.00 $34.99

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National Geographic Persia Bracelet

National Geographic Persia Bracelet

European art during the Renaissance was highly influenced by the goods coming from China along the Silk Road. Natural motifs of flowers and leaves decorated exquisite Chinese porcelain and began showing up in European furniture and jewelry designs.... more

$32.00 $14.99

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National Geographic Celtic Chalice Necklace

National Geographic Celtic Chalice Necklace

The eighth-century Ardagh Chalice in the National Museum of Ireland is one of the most remarkable pieces of Celtic art. It was found in the 1800s by men who were plowing for potatoes. A repousse design on the chalice, representing a protective shield,... more

$129.00

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National Geographic Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Bracelet

National Geographic Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Bracelet

During the Roman Empire, as now, people used glass vessels in all shapes and sizes to store wine, medicine, perfumes, and food. The aqua-hued medallions in our elegant bracelet are fragments recovered from this ancient glass. Excavated in Israel, the... more

$495.00 $199.99

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National Geographic Thai Autumn Braided Bracelet

National Geographic Thai Autumn Braided Bracelet

For those who know its history, this simple braided bracelet is entwined with hill tribe artistry. The woman who weaves the autumn-hued strands learned the deceptively difficult technique from women of the Yao hill tribe. Diminutive silver-plated brass... more

$32.00

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National Geographic Three Sisters Carnelian Bracelets - Set of 2

National Geographic Three Sisters Carnelian Bracelets - Set of 2

Chiang Mai's famous night bazaar thrums with creativity. It's a must-do for any visitor to Thailand, but it's no tourist trap. Here among the stalls selling clothing and DVDs, hundreds of artisans work and display their crafts, soaking up the energy... more

$45.00 $16.99

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National Geographic River Bead Wrap Bracelet

National Geographic River Bead Wrap Bracelet

The Mae Ping River in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and the teak houses that line its banks serve as the inspiration for the yellow-gray jasper, black onyx, and orange agate beads that flow between two strands of leather in this chic wrap bracelet. The beads... more

$125.00 $55.99

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National Geographic Fergana Bracelet

National Geographic Fergana Bracelet

European art during the Renaissance was highly influenced by the goods coming from China along the Silk Road. Natural motifs of flowers and leaves decorated exquisite Chinese porcelain and began showing up in European furniture and jewelry designs.... more

$32.00 $14.99

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National Geographic Silver and Leather Bracelets, Women's

National Geographic Silver and Leather Bracelets, Women's

Jewelers on the island of Java work in open-air studios creating the sterling silver beads that have been a local art form since the 16th century. This bracelet begins with a technique called repouss� where designs are hammered into a sheet of metal.... more

$85.00

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National Geographic Indonesian Men's Teman Bracelet

National Geographic Indonesian Men's Teman Bracelet

Java is renowned for its silversmiths, who have an extensive repertoire of skills and styles. These braided chain bracelets, called teman for the Indonesian word for friend, are made using an interlocked technique known as tulang naga, or dragon bone.... more

$135.00

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National Geographic Balinese Abalone and Garnet Bracelet

National Geographic Balinese Abalone and Garnet Bracelet

On the Indonesian island of Bali, fishermen often carve jewelry from the shells of their catch. This handcrafted jewelry features hand-carved, rainbow-hued abalone shell set with crimson faceted garnets, all outlined in bronze. The bracelet has an... more

$245.00

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National Geographic Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet - Aqua

National Geographic Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet - Aqua

Lampworked glass beads, handmade in a family studio in Venice, Italy, decorate these flexible wrap bracelets. Gold-tone beads make them easy to layer with other jewelry for a look that is both traditional and on trend. more

$32.00

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National Geographic Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet - Gold

National Geographic Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet - Gold

Lampworked glass beads, handmade in a family studio in Venice, Italy, decorate these flexible wrap bracelets. Gold-tone beads make them easy to layer with other jewelry for a look that is both traditional and on trend. more

$32.00

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National Geographic Women's Portuguese Montado Bracelet

National Geographic Women's Portuguese Montado Bracelet

Portugal first enacted laws protecting its cork forests, or montados, in 1209, centuries before ecological responsibility was a common goal. It takes 25 years for a cork oak to mature, after which it can be sustainably harvested for 150 years or... more

$65.00 $20.99

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National Geographic Colombian Palm-fiber Bracelets - Set of 3

National Geographic Colombian Palm-fiber Bracelets - Set of 3

The Sin� were an indigenous tribe in Colombia whose civilization flourished from about 200 B.C. to A.D. 1600. They were master goldsmiths and palm weavers. These blue and purple bracelets, woven from ca�a flecha palm fibers and acrylic thread by... more

$34.00

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National Geographic Hand-painted Peacock Feather Bangles - Set of 2

National Geographic Hand-painted Peacock Feather Bangles - Set of 2

The proud peacock is India's national bird, and its extravagant plumage is found in art and architecture throughout the country. Using the thinnest of brushes, artisans in India hand-paint detailed peacock feathers on these translucent bangles, sealing... more

$32.00

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National Geographic Tibetan Mantra Copper Bracelet

National Geographic Tibetan Mantra Copper Bracelet

This handsome handcrafted bracelet combines traditional Eastern medicine with one of the most significant mantras in Buddhism for an accent that is as meaningful as it is beautiful. Saying, or even reading, the words Om mani padme hum is believed to... more

$24.00

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National Geographic Irish Lucky Penny Stretch Bracelets - Set of 2

National Geographic Irish Lucky Penny Stretch Bracelets - Set of 2

Find a penny, pick it up, and all day long you'll have good luck. That's just one of many lucky penny sayings from around the world. An old Irish custom was for a shopkeeper to give one penny back to the buyer to wish them good luck with their new... more

$55.00

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National Geographic Limoges Bangle - Silver

National Geographic Limoges Bangle - Silver

The city of Limoges, in west-central France, has been synonymous with exquisite porcelain since the late 18th century, when kaolin clay was found in the area. All porcelain is a type of ceramic, but only ceramics made using soft, white kaolin clay can... more

$99.00

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National Geographic Navajo Silver Feather Cuff Bracelet

National Geographic Navajo Silver Feather Cuff Bracelet

Feathers play an important part in the rituals and legends of many indigenous American cultures. For the Navajo in the Southwest, eagle feathers are especially important. They're used to bless sacred spaces, in costumes for ceremonial dances, and in... more

$169.00

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National Geographic Limoges Bangle - Gold

National Geographic Limoges Bangle - Gold

The city of Limoges, in west-central France, has been synonymous with exquisite porcelain since the late 18th century, when kaolin clay was found in the area. All porcelain is a type of ceramic, but only ceramics made using soft, white kaolin clay can... more

$99.00

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National Geographic Thai Shield of Honor Bracelet

National Geographic Thai Shield of Honor Bracelet

Throughout the world, images of shields symbolize protection and safety. The shield guards the vulnerable and radiates strength. This powerful cuff bracelet from Thailand is fashioned from overlapping silver shields, each patterned with a beautiful... more

$495.00 $169.99

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National Geographic Stackable Indian Bangle Bracelets

National Geographic Stackable Indian Bangle Bracelets

In India, bangle bracelets are often more than just fashion. They can signify a woman's marital status, religion, or home village. On her wedding day, a bride's friends and family may help her try to fit the smallest possible glass bangle on her wrist... more

$29.00

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National Geographic Cause an Uproar Stretch Bracelets - Set of 3

National Geographic Cause an Uproar Stretch Bracelets - Set of 3

Sport some mix-and-match bling and let the people know that you stand with the world's big cats. A set of three stretchy bracelets feature ivory- and amber-colored glass beads along with a zinc bead stamped on one side with the silhouette of a stalking... more

$29.00 $13.99

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National Geographic Large Bangle

National Geographic Large Bangle

These ornate cinnabar bracelets are reminiscent of those once popular in the imperial court of China. An ancient art form, the creation and carving of these lacquer bracelets is an intensive process requiring much artistic skill and patience. The... more

$22.00 $9.99

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National Geographic Small Bangle

National Geographic Small Bangle

These ornate cinnabar bracelets are reminiscent of those once popular in the imperial court of China. An ancient art form, the creation and carving of these lacquer bracelets is an intensive process requiring much artistic skill and patience. The... more

$19.00 $8.99

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National Geographic Trade Routes Stretch Bangles - Set of 3

National Geographic Trade Routes Stretch Bangles - Set of 3

East-West trade along the Silk Route had a huge influence on Renaissance art in Europe, such as floral motifs borrowed from Chinese porcelain. These metal bangles are part of that cross-cultural tradition. Individual links strung on elastic look like a... more

$49.00 $13.99

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National Geographic Toscana Vintage-style Bracelet

National Geographic Toscana Vintage-style Bracelet

Inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Tuscany, where she grew up, an Italian artisan handcrafts these accents in her family studio in Val d'Arno. Swarovski crystals, glass pearl beads, and 14-karat gold plate create a romantic look that blends... more

$119.00 $55.99

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National Geographic Copper Currency Bracelet

National Geographic Copper Currency Bracelet

African bangles have been used as currency and symbols of power and prestige in Africa for hundreds of years. They were the first general-purpose currency south of the Sahara, used for everyday market purchases and even in burial ceremonies. more

$22.00

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National Geographic Brass Twist Currency Bracelet

National Geographic Brass Twist Currency Bracelet

African bangles have been used as currency and symbols of power and prestige in Africa for hundreds of years. They were the first general-purpose currency south of the Sahara, used for everyday market purchases and even in burial ceremonies. more

$22.00

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National Geographic Three Sisters Waxed Linen and Pearl Bracelet - Gold

National Geographic Three Sisters Waxed Linen and Pearl Bracelet - Gold

Chiang Mai is famous for its nighttime bazaar, where peddlers and artisans compete with the food carts and hawkers sell their wares to tourists and locals and everyone in between. The creative energy of the Chiang Mai market is unmistakable, and many... more

$39.00 $12.99

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