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Polish Jewelry & Accessories

This unique collection of genuine Polish jewelry and accessories has been curated for our customers who are searching for traditional and timeless pieces that are made in the beautiful country of Poland. The Polish Art Center carries everything from charming amber jewelry, such as stones, bracelets, cufflinks and tie bars, earrings, necklaces, pins and brooches, and unique pendants, to stunning essentials like sterling silver chains, traditional Polish eagle pieces in gold and silver, along with more intricate pieces like our silver map of Poland pendant. Be sure to also visit our selection of assorted jewelry that includes classic accessories like cufflink and tie bar sets, charms, necklaces, and other fun pieces like our sterling silver pierogi necklace and handpainted Matrushka earrings!
  • Chains

    Sterling Silver Chain Variations

    At Polish Art Center, we offer a lovely selection of sterling silver necklace chain variations that are affordable, durable, and versatile. Unlike many other precious metals, sterling silver is also hypoallergenic and low maintenance. Some of the styles we carry include sterling silver box chain, sparkle chain, figaro chain, curb chain, link chain, and sterling silver snake chain. A standalone chain is a beautiful staple piece, but for those looking for added customization, a handmade pendant or charm could be the perfect addition to your necklace. All of our chains are either made in Italy or Poland, with exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
  • Spinki - Highlander Pins

    Parzenica is the name of the traditional design embroidered on Highlander's felt trousers.  The design was also used to make clasps (spinki) for men's shirts.  Typically made of brass or steel they have evolved almost into an art form of exquisite detail and size.  Some made large enough to serve as wall decorations in the kitchen and feature tassles of red wool.  The spinki featured here are perfect for displaying on the wall or in a curio cabinet or as it was originally intended, a jewelry pin.