9 Handmade Baha’i Jewellery and Craft Pieces from Etsy

While there are a few sites for finding Baha’i jewellery online (such as Baha’i Gems), another great way to find Baha’i craft, including jewellery is through the craft marketplace Etsy. A quick search on the word ‘bahai’ yields lots of great stuff, I’ve collected nine of my favourites to showcase here, but I highly recommend heading over and finding your own favourites.

And if handmade is your kind of thing, show your support for these talented Baha’i artisans by purchasing an item or two!

Valley of Love Copper Bracelet

Baha’i Greatest Name Pendant in 14K Yellow Gold

The Greatest Name handmade pottery pendant necklace

Baha’i 9 Pointed Star Magnets Red and Gold

Calligraphy Illumination of Mishkin Qalam

Heroic Age Baha’i Bracelet

9 Pointed Star Mandala Pendant

Baha’i Silver Ring Symbol in Notable Oval Pendant

Baha’i Ring for Women in 14K Yellow Gold

About the Author

Hi I’m Collis! I live in Darwin, in the Northern Territory. I’m a Baha’i, designer, entrepreneur, climate tech angel investor, and engaged in philanthropy to support First Nations young people in Australia. I've been working on Baha'i Blog since its inception in 2011!

Discussion 18 Comments

  1. I’m a Baha’i and a proofreader. You might want to repost “jewellery” as “jewelry”. FYI, Thanks, Ellen

    1. Hey Ellen, thanks for the comment, actually the spellings are alternatives, you can see a wikipedia post on it. Here in Australia we use the ‘jewellery’ spelling, but I believe Americans use ‘jewelry’.

    1. Hey Neysan, actually I was trying to think of something to post here and thought I’d check out what was on Etsy! Its such a fabulous little marketplace 🙂 There’s lots more stuff there too!

  2. I love this post Collis – I always try to find new original Baha’i jewelery and hadn’t come across these! Great find! thank you 🙂

  3. Collis, thank you ever so much for featuring my husband’s jewelry in this post. I am so glad that Charity told me about it! Great blog.

  4. Hi your pieces are lovely. just a note through I have just returned from Haifa and after talking with our guide and reading the book she gave us I just want to let you know that you have named things wrong. the ring stone symbol is in fact called “The Greatest Name” the other is not the greatest name it says “Ya Baha’u’llah Abha”.

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