Handmade Rondelle Spacer Bone Beads, 8x4mm, 45 Pieces
Handmade Rondelle Spacer Bone Beads, 8x4mm, 45 Pieces
Greenery Lemon Lime: BoneBeads, 8.5x2.5mm, 60 pieces
Greenery Lemon Lime: BoneBeads, 8.5x2.5mm, 60 pieces
Green < > Arrow: Hand Painted Teardrop Bone Beads, 6x13mm, 16 pieces
Green < > Arrow: Hand Painted Teardrop Bone Beads, 6x13mm, 16 pieces
Parakeet: Green & Brown Speckled Bone Beads, 10x2.5mm, 75 pieces
Parakeet: Green & Brown Speckled Bone Beads, 10x2.5mm, 75 pieces
Emerald Green: Real, Natural Acai Beads, 10mm, 100 beads
Emerald Green: Real, Natural Acai Beads, 10mm, 100 beads
Antique Italian Blue Green Flower: Millefiori Cane Glass Bead, 13x12mm
Antique Italian Blue Green Flower: Millefiori Cane Glass Bead, 13x12mm

Are you looking for a way to make your jewelry pop and feel a little more special? Try our green beads. Green is a popular color for many types of jewelry because it complements many other bead colors and metals nicely. It can also stand alone as the only tone in a statement piece.

It sparks creativity, and wearing it can give you more confidence. Jade colored jewelry is common, but that doesn’t make it any less special. Green gemstones such as emeralds and peridot are used to represent birth months and are also commonly worn in earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets.

It is versatile and can be used on fancy jewelry pieces that are meant to be worn for special occasions, or more casual pieces that can be worn every day.

The Meaning of Green

One of the reasons it is such a popular color for jewelry is because it is associated with symbolism and superstition. Native Americans associated the color with nature, healing, and harmony. During times of war, they used it in their war paint to represent endurance.

They used the plans around them to make paint and jewelry that they could wear to gain the properties it represented to them. Green is also traditionally associated with money, finances, and jealousy. Many people assume this association is because of the correlation in color. You may have heard the expression that someone is green with envy too.

Green is such a luxurious and coveted tone that many people believe is represents what so many people want, and only a very few can have. This is another reason so many people wear it with pride.

The Culture of Green

Just as the Native Americans associated the color with nature and plants, so do many people in modern times. Many organizations and businesses use it in their logos or names. People or businesses that have “gone green” are often focused on recycling, sustainability, and protecting the planet. Because it is correlated responsible and trendy, it is associated with positive actions, as are people who wear it.

Green is also considered to be a relaxing hue. It is often associated with restfulness and peace. It’s a dominant tone in nature, so it’s easy to find it all around you. It’s also believed to make people smarter, enhance vision, and soothe the mind. It is even thought to help fight depression, anxiety, and nervousness.

In many cultures, it is is believed to be lucky, and it’s the national color of Ireland and St. Patrick’s Day. Green is believed to create balance and empathy. There are many different shades, and many of them have meanings of their own. If you love the tone and want to absorb everything it represents, you can use our  beads to create beautiful pieces of jewelry.

We carry beads in various shapes and sizes. We also have different materials so you can use these beads in any type of jewelry you plan to make.