Navajo silversmith Raymond Betsoi has a way of making his silver and turquoise turn into desirable pieces of Navajo revival work. This cuff features a double row of contemporary snake-eye stones in blue hues from the Kingman Mine in Arizona. Points of hammered, silver beads frame the cuff while double sterling bars taper to form the band. Perfectly patinaed for that vintage look.
Looking for a little turquoise to pile on for the perfect boho look? Well here it is and gosh, is it charming! A rectangular turquoise...View full product details
With its substantial turquoise stone and scalloped silver setting, this vintage ring is an effortless-yet-eye-catching expression of Southwestern chic. Wear this one solo or stacked...View full product details
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...View full product details
Whether it adorns your hat, your bag, or your trusty denim jacket, a knowing eye discerns this old pawn pin as wearable and nostalgic art....View full product details
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