Jewelry making has long been an important part of the lives of Southwest Native peoples. A new exhibition at the Museum of the Native American, Glittering World, presents the story of Navajo jewelry through the lens of the gifted Yazzie family of Gallup, New Mexico—one of the most celebrated jewelry making families of our time.
This cobblestone cuff is set with brick turquoise and coral needlepoint stones and fashioned into a unique diamond base. It is signed JY.
Collected in New Mexico
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This vintage bolo features the Knifewing - the ultimate warrior spirit of the Zuni people. It is crafted in the traditional Zuni inlay technique using...View full product details
Zuni inlay work is fast becoming Southwest jewelry collector's genre of choice. This fun Sun Face bolo features a headdress with inlays of turquoise, coral, mother...View full product details
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