The Balinese people, who are primarily Hindu, have a long and illustrious history of producing arts and crafts. Balinese jewelers use traditional methods to produce their unique style of silverwork. These traditions have been handed down from Chinese and Southeast Asian artisans who traded in Bali dating back to the Bronze Age. Many of the patterns and motifs used today can be traced back to this time.
We are happy to have this stunning, hand crafted jewelry back in stock. Stop in to one of our three retail locations to see this beautiful jewelry for yourself. Styles feature Abalone, Mother of Pearl, Coral and assorted cut stones. Hurry in for the best selection.
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Amber, also called succinite, is mainly found in Northern Europe, particularly in the Baltic region. Poland, New Zealand and Norway are some of the most popular places to find this rare gemstone. Amber dates back millions of years. When first discovered, it was utilized for its healing powers and thought to rid the body of pain and evil. Made [...]
Celtic artwork dates back thousands of years ago when the Celts and Pagans dominated most of Ireland and the Scottish highlands. They used different symbols in their artwork to decorate churches which is why many contain religious meaning. The main theme throughout Celtic design is the concept of eternity and the interconnectedness of life. These themes are represented by spirals, [...]
This week we are showing off one of our favorite designers, Annabel Humber. Annabel grew up in England but after years of work she now resides in Mexico, crafting her own jewelry. Inspired by nature and her surroundings, Annabel conveys her love of the outdoors through her designs. With a variety of different pieces, all [...]
Green River Silver Co. is proud to launch our latest addition to the Rhode Island Jewelry Collection. Designed by our own John Goldman and silversmith Alon Diller, these sterling sailboat earrings are an elegant addition to any wardrobe. Representing the true essence of Rhode Island and capturing the history of trade on Narragansett Bay. We proudly offer this [...]