We have a deep and enduring  interest in the Native American culture and its art forms, especially vintage jewelry.

When one wears Zuni, Navajo, and other Native

American jewelry, he or she is not only wearing beautiful rings,                  necklaces, buckles, pendants, and earrings, but                            that person is also exhibiting the culture and                               genius of these people who were ruthlessly                               removed from their homelands. Native American                       jewelry, unlike other jewelry, is a narrative account of a people. Eagles, bears, panthers, rattlesnakes, buffaloes, flowers, earth and sky, and other cultural elements were artfully integrated into their vintage jewelry designs. Instead of using diamonds and gold, symbols of wealth and affluence, Native American artisans used indigenous stones -- turquoise, coral, onyx-- and sterling silver to celebrate their history and culture. ​Native American jewelry is more than mere beauty, it is a story of a proud people. 

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