"...celestial elements were venerated by our ancestors and have fascinated me all my life."
"Hi, I'm Carlos Muñoz. I come from a small city in central Mexico. After graduating from high school, I went to the U.S. to study English. When I returned to Mexico, I was accepted to the university in the School of Fine Arts.
"It was there that I began to take private lessons in areas that interested me - drawing, painting and jewelry making. I opened a small studio workshop where I drew suns and moons. These celestial elements were venerated by our ancestors and have fascinated me all my life.
"My jewelry making process begins by sculpting the design in wax and casting a mold around it. When the molten silver is poured into the mold, the wax melts and runs out. Then I add details by hand, covering the parts where I don't want gold with a special enamel. The pieces are subjected to an electroplating process with 22k gold. Then we clean and polish the jewelry. I also work in silver with papier mache.
"My designs are related with the firmament, each with an individual personality that reveals my Mexican essence. I've been able to offer work to others in a community setting, and I'm proud to continue our silver tradition."
Beautifully crafted of silver, a ringing bell tinkles at the end of a sterling rope. Zayd Makarim creates this exquisite bracelet to accompany the wearer with quiet music. The ornate silver patterns are inspired by the curls on the statues of Buddha....read more
Emblazoned in luminous silver, the "Ohm" symbol of peace crowns this design by Thailand's Khun Boom. The pendant is escorted by blue chalcedony and corundum, a sapphire that has been dyed red. The bracelet is crafted by hand featuring sterling discs.
Working with techniques he learned from his grandfather, Pablo Roquel designs bracelets of modern elegance. He crafts each sterling silver bangle by hand featuring a polished bracelet with a wreath-shaped charm. The second bangle features a scalloped....read more
From our most talented artisans around the world, Novica has gathered an elegant collection of sterling silver charm bracelets. Each of our charm bracelets are handcrafted to make the perfect gift for yourself or someone you love. Charms can be used to represent individuality or can carry a message of love and friendship. Medieval Knights believed these little ornaments would bring protection during a battle. The ancient Egyptians used charms as a symbol of luck and today it has become a popular fashion trend. Many of our silver charms include hearts, the symbol of love and make a perfect match with a silver heart necklace. Create a memory and enjoy choosing a gift from our stunning gallery of sterling silver charm bracelets.
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