Turquoise Jewelry Guide - Sedona Indian Jewelry has the largest selection of finest quality Southwest Native American Jewelry on the Internet (and perhaps anywhere else for that matter). This is a Guide / Directory to the jewelry of over 80 Navajo Hopi and Zuni Artists and Silversmiths - Need help Call us 800 462 8536More
Navajo Jewelry Directory and Guide to over 50 of today's top rated Navajo Silversmiths. These are accomplished Navajo silversmiths who work entirely by hand in silver, gold and rare gem turquoise. Click on the artists name for jewelry information about that particular Navajo silversmith, the prices of his jewelry and the artist's biography.
Zuni Jewelry Directory / Guide for top rated Zuni Silversmiths. These are accomplished Zuni silversmiths who work entirely by hand in silver, gold and rare gem turquoise. The Zuni are noted for their precise turquoise, coral and other gem inlay. It was they who introduced turquoise to Southwest Native American jewelry in the late 1800's. Turquoise inlay jewelry was developed by the Zuni in the early 1900's. Using turquoise, coral, lapis and opal gemstones in Native American jewelry is like adding paints to canvas. Click on the artists name for more information, prices and the artist's bio.
Hopi Jewelry Directory and Guide of top rated Hopi Silversmiths. These are accomplished Hopi jewelers who work entirely by hand in silver, gold and rare gem turquoise. It was the Hopi, in the late 1930's, who first developed the overlay technique... layer upon layer of silver is used to complete each unique design. Every Hopi silversmith prides himself on both his art and technique. Click on the artists name for Hopi jewelry information about that particular silversmith, prices for his jewelry and the artist's bio.
Santo Domingo Jewelry Directory / Guide of top rated artists. Santa Domingo jewelry is centered around rare and exotic shell and stone. Of these, heishe is particularly collected. Heishe starts out as uncut turquoise, coral branches or mother of pearl shells and is worked until it becomes bead necklaces so fine that they feel like a strands of hair. Click on the artists name for jewelry information about that particular Santo Domingo artist, see the prices for his jewelry and the artist's bio.
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