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National Geographic
$158.00 $109.99
National Geographic

Pass through any of the seven gates in Jaipur's imposing pink city wall, and you'll find yourself surrounded by creativity. Jaipur... artisan Bavesh is part of a family that has worked with precious stones since the city was founded in 1727. He hand-sets a rainbow of gems garnet, citrine, peridot, amethyst, onyx, moonstone, carnelian, and pearl in a sunburst pattern framed in 22-karat gold vermeil. read more

National Geographic
$179.00 $109.00
National Geographic

The ancient Etruscans, a civilization that flourished in northern Italy until the first century BC, were known for their sophistic...ated metalwork. Granulation, where cast-metal pieces were painstakingly decorated with tiny spheres, was a specialty, and the best pieces were saved to accompany the wearer into the afterlife. These 18-karat-gold-vermeil earrings are reproductions of an ancient Etruscan design. Handcrafted in Cortona, in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. read more

National Geographic
$225.00 $119.99
National Geographic

During the Roman Empire, as now, people used glass vessels in all shapes and sizes to store wine, medicine, perfumes, and food. Th...e aqua-hued medallions in our elegant earrings are fragments recovered from this ancient glass. Excavated in Israel, the pieces of glass are cut and polished, but still retain the texture of constant use. Each piece is set in a gold-plated sterling silver bezel. read more

National Geographic
$549.00 $399.99
National Geographic

During the 1st century AD, glass production in the Roman world drastically changed as the art of glass blowing was discovered and ...vessels for everyday use began to be made in aqua hues. Remains of many 2,000-year-old drinking glasses, vases, and jugs continue to be uncovered across the former Roman Empire, especially in Israel. Each glass medallion in this remarkable necklace was once part of an object that was created more than two millennia ago. It may have been part of a water vessel carried by a servant, or a bottle that held perfume or medicine. Each translucent aqua circle is polished to restore its natural hue after centuries of contact with the earth in which it lay buried in the Holy Land. Framed in 22-karat gold vermeil and paired with gold vermeil links, it creates a unique piece of jewelry that carries a tremendous, one-of-a-kind connection to the ancient world. read more

National Geographic
$400.00 $149.99
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National Geographic
$440.00 $165.99
Luggage Pros

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National Geographic
$179.00 $48.99
National Geographic

Fewer people have the time to care for fine flatware, and many ornate sets handed down through the generations end up gathering du...st. When the California designer who created this watch inherited her great-grandmother's 19th-century collection, she was inspired to turn it into jewelry. Our toggle-clasp, silver-plated watch is made using a reproduction of a Victorian-era pattern, evoking memories of long-ago celebrations. read more

National Geographic
$65.00 $27.99
National Geographic

The color palette for this natural jasper necklace was inspired by the range of hues and earthy textures found in the central Chin...ese countryside. But the design comes from Mandarin court necklaces that were popular during the early years of the Qing dynasty (1644 1911). These elaborate strings of beads and charms were said to be inspired by Tibetan mala beads given to Emperor Shunzhi by the Dalai Lama. This versatile necklace illustrates how something as simple as a strand of beads can connect cultures. Natural, undyed jasper beads and gold-plated brass spacers. Handmade in China. read more

National Geographic
$79.00 $39.99
National Geographic

This traditional West African jewelry is created by Fulani craftsmen in Mali. One of the largest groups of nomadic herders in Afri...ca, the Fulani customarily wore their wealth in the form of gold jewelry that they could carry with them at all times. Based on a design that has been worn for centuries, our lightweight earrings are handcrafted from hammered brass that is plated with sterling silver. read more

National Geographic
$170.00 $89.95
National Geographic

There's more than meets the eye in these delicate chandelier-style pearl earrings, which combine Greek, Buddhist, and Javanese inf...luences. The shoulder from which the charms hang is adapted from Greek jewelry of the Hellenic era, about the 3rd to 1st century B.C. The intricate sterling silver patterns are inspired by images of the Buddha's curled hair found at Bali's famous Borobudur temple. The gentle sway of the three drops is reminiscent of the way characters move in Java's ancient wayang kulit shadow puppet theater. A trio of cultured pearls, in pink, black, or white, are the finishing touch. Romance is what ties these diverse elements together. The Javanese artisan who designed and creates these pearl earrings says of his work, My wife helps me a lot when I think of something beautiful, I think about her. She means everything to me. read more

National Geographic
$79.00 $49.99
National Geographic

The Irish claddagh is a symbol that dates back 500 years to County Galway. The pair of clasped hands holding a crowned heart stand...s for love, friendship, and loyalty. Designers at a family-owned studio in the heart of Dublin transform the motif into a circle, with a pale green crystal as the heart, evocative of the legendary Emerald Isle. 14k gold-plated sterling silver with white crystal accents. read more

National Geographic
$128.00 $88.99
National Geographic

During Chiang Mai's rainy season, bright blue skies can darken in an instant as lightning pierces the air. As dangerous as the sud...den storms can be, they can also be beautiful in their intensity. Thai artisan Khun pairs faceted labradorite thundercloud grey with subtle flashes of iridescent blue and 24-karat gold vermeil in elegant designs that capture the colors of her city's summer storms. read more

National Geographic
$99.00 $48.99
National Geographic

Jasper, a form of chalcedony, has been used since ancient times for everything from arrow tips to official carved seals to snuff b...ottles that were highly collectible in 19th- and early-20th-century China. This triple strand of green, reddish, and brown jasper beads is interrupted throughout by pearls, and is inspired by the beaded necklaces that were popular in the Mandarin court of the late 17th century. read more

National Geographic
$88.00 $34.99
National Geographic

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 Bali the morning of the world, they call it they work with local artisans to carve and buff natural cow's horn into a handsome cuff bracelet. Its graceful curve is pierced with two rows of brass studs, complementing the rich grain of the horn. Please note: This bracelet is not flexible. It may be helpful to measure your wrist, or to measure the opening of a cuff bracelet you already own to ensure this will fit comfortably. read more

National Geographic
$159.00 $99.99
National Geographic

Jade has an ancient history in Mesoamerica, where it was used by cultures from the Olmec to the Maya to the Aztec. It symbolized l...ife and death and was used to make figurines, jewelry, and even inlays for teeth. The Maya believed that a jade bead would provide passage through the underworld. Because conquering Spaniards were more interested in gold, the sources of ancient Mesoamerican jade were lost for hundreds of years. In 1998, Hurricane Mitch, one of the most powerful hurricanes in modern history, exposed boulder-size jade deposits near Xalapa, Mexico. Archaeologists now believe this location was a major source of jade for ancient civilizations. The simple designs of these hand-carved accents let the stone's mottled colors take center stage. Handcrafted in family workshops in Antigua, Guatemala. Stone colors may vary. read more

National Geographic
$59.00 $27.99
National Geographic

Connemara, in western Ireland, is home to the mottled green marble that's known as the country's national gem. The Walsh family, i...n Rathfarnham Village, Dublin, have been working with Connemara marble for three generations, and craft these stretchy beaded bracelets by hand. Each is paired with a sterling silver charm that reflects an element of Irish culture: a Celtic cross, a claddagh, and a shamrock. read more

National Geographic
$89.00 $39.99
National Geographic

In traditional Buddhist and Hindu cultures, the symmetrical patterns of a mandala are often used as a map to an imaginary place du...ring meditation. Our sterling silver mandala pendant is hand-tooled by indigenous Newar artisans in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley, and set with a garnet cabochon at its center. It is a striking conversation piece that can be appreciated for its spiritual symbolism as well as its remarkable craftsmanship. Due to high demand, this product is no longer available. read more

National Geographic
$59.00 $27.99
National Geographic

Turquoise is a powerful ritual material in Himalayan cultures, representing the clear blue of the sky. It is sometimes used as a g...ift to one's betrothed, and the color is said to stay true as long as the lover's affection does. This modern interpretation of a classic design features vibrant turquoise inlaid in sterling silver. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal. read more

National Geographic
$170.00 $89.95
National Geographic

There's more than meets the eye in these delicate chandelier-style pearl earrings, which combine Greek, Buddhist, and Javanese inf...luences. The shoulder from which the charms hang is adapted from Greek jewelry of the Hellenic era, about the 3rd to 1st century B.C. The intricate sterling silver patterns are inspired by images of the Buddha's curled hair found at Bali's famous Borobudur temple. The gentle sway of the three drops is reminiscent of the way characters move in Java's ancient wayang kulit shadow puppet theater. A trio of cultured pearls, in pink, black, or white, are the finishing touch. Romance is what ties these diverse elements together. The Javanese artisan who designed and creates these pearl earrings says of his work, My wife helps me a lot when I think of something beautiful, I think about her. She means everything to me. read more

National Geographic
$139.00 $59.99
National Geographic

Faceted amethyst is complimented by sterling silver links in this handcrafted necklace. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya... clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal. read more

National Geographic
$98.00 $62.99
National Geographic

The Mughal emperors who once ruled India were great connoisseurs of gems and jewelry, and the best jewelers lived and worked in th...e city of Jaipur. That tradition remains strong hundreds of years later. Jaipur artisan Bavesh creates this striking necklace, inspired by Mughal jewels and drawing on his family's own centuries-old history in the trade. The brilliant blue teardrop is faceted and finished on both sides, and outlined in a halo of 22-karat gold vermeil. read more

National Geographic
$128.00 $62.99
National Geographic

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

National Geographic
$69.00 $39.99
National Geographic

Since the first half of the 20th century, the mythical, celestial snow lion has been the national protector of Tibet, blazing with... fearlessness and representing dominance over the Himalayan mountains. Before Tibet was incorporated into the People's Republic of China, the snow lion was found on the country's coins, stamps, and the national flag, and it is still a symbol of the Tibetan independence movement. This highly detailed 24-karat gold-plated jewelry reproduces a Tibetan sho coin minted in the early 20th century. Artisans working in Kathmandu, Nepal, cut the design out using a special wire saw. read more

National Geographic
$85.00 $59.99
National Geographic

Indonesian artisans have been practicing jewelry-making since the Bronze Age, almost 5,000 years ago. Today the island of Bali is ...especially known for its sterling silver and gemstones. Here, blue topaz and amethyst mimic the colors of the sunset over Tanah Lot temple, one of the island's holiest sites. read more

National Geographic
$98.00 $62.99
National Geographic

As the sun rises over the Amber Fort, just north of Jaipur, the red sandstone walls take on an orange glow, much like the radiant,... faceted onyx at the center of these gold vermeil earrings. The openwork design is inspired by the lattice screens above the palace's Ganesh Gate, which served as the entrance to the maharaja's private quarters. From here, women of the royal family could watch the proceedings in the public hall. read more

National Geographic
$65.00 $29.99
National Geographic

From Roman seals to Victorian cameos, blue-gray chalcedony has been used in jewelry for millennia. It bears the name of the ancien...t Turkish port of Chalcedon on the Sea of Marmara. Today these romantic accents are handmade in India, where much of the world's chalcedony is mined. Sterling silver. read more

National Geographic
$125.00 $55.99
National Geographic

The Mae Ping River in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and the teak houses that line its banks serve as the inspiration for the yellow-gray j...asper, black onyx, and orange agate beads that flow between two strands of leather in this chic wrap bracelet. The beads are laid out one by one, and then painstakingly hand-threaded and knotted to the leather cord. read more

National Geographic
$190.00 $99.99
National Geographic

Our Hike sunglasses from Julno feature large, square lenses with broad temples for excellent coverage, clarity, and protection fro...m harmful UV rays. These photocromic lenses get darker or lighter based on visible light, not based on UV like most transitional lenses. This means that even if you're behind a windshield, these lenses will adjust for maximum comfort. Polarizing lenses eliminate glare from reflective surfaces: water, glass, tarmac, snow, and more. The anti-reflective and oil-repellent coating reduces eye strain and glare, and reduces finger and grease marks to make vision clearer and cleaning easier. The lenses' copper hue enhances color for more clear and comfortable viewing. read more

National Geographic
$32.00 $16.99
National Geographic

In the Pomeranian region of Poland, translucent amber is a traditional wedding gift. This natural gem, formed over millions of yea...rs from the fossilized resin of ancient trees, is shaped into beads and pendants and passed from generation to generation. As a bridal gift, it serves as an amulet of protection from harm. Sterling silver. read more

National Geographic
$39.00 $16.99
National Geographic

Antigua Guatemala's year-round springlike weather gives it the nickname city of perpetual roses. This nickname is the inspiration ...for our mid-century inspired jewlery. A soft pink resin rose is paired with green onyx and aventurine beads, handcrafted by women living in Guatemala's Maya highlands. read more

National Geographic
$39.00 $20.99
National Geographic

Turquoise is a powerful ritual material in Himalayan cultures, representing the clear blue of the sky. It is sometimes used as a g...ift to one's betrothed, and the color is said to stay true as long as the lover's affection does. This modern interpretation of a classic design features vibrant turquoise inlaid in sterling silver. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal. read more

National Geographic
$39.00 $17.99
National Geographic

The hills of northern Thailand are home to about 20 distinct tribes, including the Hmong and the Karen. Each tribe has its own cul...tural traditions, but all the tribes are known for their silver jewelry, which many people use instead of paper money. Women wear their wealth in the form of collars, earrings, and bracelets. This swirl necklace is made in northern Thailand villages, in the spirit of hill-tribe craftsmanship. Made using white metal. The necklace features onyx beads. read more

National Geographic
$45.00 $16.99
National Geographic

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. Her...e among the stalls selling clothing and DVDs, hundreds of artisans work and display their crafts, soaking up the energy and inspiration that surrounds them. The three sisters who create this pair of casual, autumn-hued bracelets run a small jewelry studio just around the corner from the market. Each bracelet features natural carnelian stones and brass-colored beads, painstakingly hand-knotted with linen cord and finished with a coconut-wood button. The result is a blend of wear-with-everything colors that are anything but neutral. read more

National Geographic
$25.00 $17.99
National Geographic

Throughout India, many women continue the age-old tradition of decorating their arms from wrist to elbow with bangles. For some, t...he bangles are so small that once they're put on with the assistance of a jeweler, they're never removed. Our set of mother-of-pearl bangles offers six pastel hues to mix and match or wear as part of an armful. Shell inlaid in brass. read more

National Geographic
$399.99 $299.99
Kohls Department Stores Inc

With its rugged durability and spacious storage, this National Geographic Northwall wheeled duffel bag is the perfect companion fo...r your next travel adventure. Product Features: Spacious interior provides plenty of packing room. Exterior pockets offer quick access to essentials. Wet pocket stores food, beverages or dirty items. In-line skate wheels create a smooth ride. Retractable locking handle lends convenience. Water and stain-resistant coating ensures durability. Product Details: 25 1/2H x read more

National Geographic
$159.99 $119.99
Kohls Department Stores Inc

This rugged National Geographic Northwall duffel bag makes the ideal companion on your next travel adventure. Product Features: Ma...in compartment provides plenty of packing room. Exterior pockets offer quick access to essentials. Side zip pocket holds your water bottle. Handles and removable strap make carrying easy. Water and stain-resistant coating ensures durability. Product Details: 12H x 11W x 22D Weight: 2.7 lbs. Zipper closures Adjustable shoulder strap Exterior: 1 front pocket & 2 side read more

National Geographic
$439.99 $329.99
Kohls Department Stores Inc

Wherever you travel, this rugged National Geographic Northwall wheeled duffel bag lets you get the most out of your journey. Produ...ct Features: Spacious interior provides plenty of packing room. Exterior pockets offer quick access to essentials. Wet pocket stores food, beverages or dirty items. In-line skate wheels create a smooth ride. Retractable locking handle lends convenience. Water and stain-resistant coating ensures durability. Product Details: 31 1/2H x 14W x 14 1/2D Weight: 9.9 lbs. read more

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