Pearl Cultured Necklaces(616 items)
Welcome to our Pearl Cultured Necklace Collection, each piece crafted by NOVICA artisans who carry on ancestral traditions in contemporary designs.
Featured Reviews on Pearl Cultured Necklaces
This pendant is gorgeous and well made. I constantly receive compliments on it whenever I wear it. Just beautiful!
Bought this for my best friends birthday because when doing a Spirit Animal card reading, we both pulled the Dolphin as our spirit animal. It looks just like the photos, is very well made, and best of all, she loved it!! Now I need to get one for myself!
Neeru Goel Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Collecting jewelry and gemstones has been my passion ever since childhood."
The artistry of Neeru Goel has been featured in Depth magazine.
Popular Pearl Cultured Necklaces
Cultured Pearl and Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace, "Pure Grace"$39.99
Designed by artisan Babun Dey of India, this pendant necklace radiates graceful elegance. Intricately handcrafted with dot and rope motifs, the sterling silver pendant holds a gleaming cultured freshwater pearl at its center. The artisan crafts a small flower at the top of the pendant for a charming touch.
Cultured Mabe Pearl and Leather Cord Pendant Necklace, "White Orb"$46.99
Hanging from a leather cord, a single cultured white mabe pearl is featured in the pendant of this necklace from Indonesia. Featuring an original design by Buana, the pendant necklace is handcrafted from sterling silver by local artisans for a truly beautiful appeal.
Amethyst Cultured Pearl Silver Black Bone Heart Necklace, "Love Like Midnight"$54.99
Crafted in a traditional, lovely heart-shaped design, this necklace is the perfect way to wear your emotions on your sleeve, or at least around your neck. Made Wardika handcrafts the exquisite setting from sterling silver in an intricate Balinese motif of tendrils and granules. A faceted amethyst crowns the pendant, while cultured pearls beads dance delicately beneath. However, the main attraction on this necklace is the prominent black heart carved from bone. When illustrated as a symbol of love, hearts are most notably depicted in red but, as black is the combination of all colors, we like to think this heart signifies a love as deep as the night is dark.