Lava jewelry

In La Palma, you’ll discover a vast array of artisanal jewelry crafted from unique materials such as volcanic stones. Lava jewelry is one of the most popular mementos among tourists visiting the island.

lava jewelry with olivin

Take home a piece of La Palma through the unique and authentic handcrafted lava jewelry

Local artisans draw inspiration from the nature and seas of the Canary Islands, creating one-of-a-kind pieces that capture the island’s beauty. From silver marine figures to abstract and symbolic shapes like the Guanche symbol of Tara, Mother Earth, present in many artisanal jewelry designs. Each piece is finely crafted and handmade with love and care.

Artisans also blend the volcanic stone with iconic gems from the Canary Islands, such as olivine, and precious metals like silver and gold, creating striking contrasts in each set. You can find volcanic bracelets, rings, volcanic stone pendants, and earrings with various designs. There are items for every style and budget.

In addition to offering a unique way to carry a piece of La Palma’s history and natural landscape with you, buying lava jewelry in La Palma also supports local artisans and the island’s economy.

In summary, if you’re seeking an authentic and special memento that encapsulates the beauty of La Palma, look no further than the stunning lava jewelry. You can find volcanic stone bracelets in specialty and souvenir shops in the Capital, Los Llanos, or Tazacorte. If you’re after a more luxurious item, the island’s finest jewelers have what you need. Come and uncover the creativity and passion of these local artists while taking home a slice of the island.

What is olivine

Olivine is an olive-green mineral with a glassy luster commonly found in igneous and metamorphic rocks. It’s also known as peridot when in gem form.

This mineral forms through magma crystallization and is abundant in volcanic regions like Hawaii, Iceland, and of course, our Canary Islands. Due to its bright green hue, olivine is often used in jewelry as a semi-precious stone.

Beyond jewelry, olivine also has industrial applications. As a hard and durable mineral, it’s used as a flux in steel and glass production, and in the manufacturing of ceramics and glazes.

olivina stone


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