Soapstone Jewelry(37 items)
Discover the unique collection of Soapstone Jewelry that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
Featured Reviews on Soapstone Jewelry
Unique , very artistic
I love the combination of colors and shapes. I have lots of earrings but none like these which get many compliments for their uniqueness. The craftsmanship is excellent.
These earrings can be seen when you wear them. The pink cats eye beads are beautiful . The picture doesnt really do them justice. These earrings are different than any others I have. If you want some pretty earrings that are unique then these are for you!
Gorgeous necklace and earring set
I bought this as a birthday present for a close friend. She loves the set and says it is beautiful!! She commented on the colorful craftsmanship and artistic placement of ceramics and gemstones. Thank you, Dina!
Rachel Armah Beaded jewelry
"I am a single mother of two daughters and due to the hardships I have faced as a single mother, I have done all I can to support my girls through petty trading and teaching."
Popular Soapstone Jewelry
Artisan Crafted Soapstone and Cat's Eye Beaded Earrings, "Ayeyi Nka Boafo"$29.99
From Ghana's Rachel Armah, these artisan crafted earrings exude African elegance. Natural soapstone squares are flanked by dazzling cat's eye beads enhanced to an intense green hue. Armah calls this design "Ayeyi Nka Boafo," an Akan phrase meaning "praises to the helper." Adorned with bauxite beads, the earrings are worn on brass hooks.
African Soapstone on Leather Necklace Crafted by Hand, "Safari"$39.99
Nigeria's Nonyem Abena Ibeneme shares the elegance of African minimalism with the exquisite design of this necklace. She crafts the necklace by hand with double leather cords and at the center she ties a seed-shaped soapstone pendant. Next to it Ibeneme adds a cow bone bead adorned with batik techniques and a coconut shell disc.
Artisan Crafted Brown and Grey Soapstone Necklace from Ghana, "Asomdwe"$64.99
The natural elegance of soapstone in an artisan crafted necklace from Ghana. Centered by a triangle, the necklace features brown and grey soapstone wedges and beads, as well as smaller bauxite beads. Rachel Armah calls this design "Asomdwe," the Akan word for "peace."