We think chip inlay is the next new wave of collectible native American jewelry. Chip inlay uses crushed turquoise or coral stones mixed with resin to fill the recesses of the sterling silver piece. After the inlay has hardened the piece is polished smooth.
This chip inlay bracelet features two kachina spirits crafted from turquoise and coral stones. Additional stamp work adds to the beauty and balance of the piece. It is hallmarked with the Ortega Shop Logo and HMIJ, which stand for Handmade Indian Jewelry.
This belt tells the world, “This ain’t your first rodeo!” Perfectly aged with the perfect patina - we handpicked this vintage, tooled leather belt to...View full product details
If you collect John Lucio, today is your lucky day! This bolo by master Zuni artist, John Lucio, features John’s most famous motif - the...View full product details
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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