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  • High quality Navajo Inlay Jewelry High quality Navajo Inlay Jewelry
    Native American inlay jewelry of highest quality by world silver designer Calvin Begay and more. Silver designs and best inlayers around. Pieces are signed on the back by Navajo artists.
  • Neckware Neckware
    Here you will find Sterling Silver Pendants, Necklaces, Collars and Chains in all different price ranges and sizes. You will also see pendants under Calvin Begay, Bone Feather jewelry and Mimbres pages.
  • Earrings Earrings
    A collection of earrings in different price ranges. You will also find earrings under Calvin Begay, Bone Painted Feathers and Mimbres categories. You can always ask me for photos as our website is only a small portion of what we have.
  • Wild Life in Bronze Wild Life in Bronze
    Fabulous bronze wildlife creations and made in Washington state. Artist is Cavin Richie. Where you see a black cord it's an adjustable slip know cord. These pieces are unisex and is great for anyone that likes nature and wildlife.
  • Bone Feather Jewelry Bone Feather Jewelry
    Please look at the detailed view to appreciate the detailed work. You will see small little feather lines carved in each piece. Truly amazing detail! Native American buffalo bone painted feather jewelry. Lumbee and Lakota Sioux made.
  • Bracelets Bracelets
    We have mostly cuff bracelets but also link and bangle bracelets. Don't miss another group of bracelets under beadwork.
  • Hair Ties Hair Ties
    You can change the elastic cord any time on these hair ties and it's so easy, done in just a second. Popular by both men and women.
  • Miscellaneous Jewelry Miscellaneous Jewelry
    In this section you just never know what you can find. Scroll through and see what you can find.
  • Mimbres Jewelry Mimbres Jewelry
    This is a design from old Mimbres pottery now on displays in southwest museums. Head silversmith, Daniel Tapija, Jr (Yavapai/Hopi/Apache/Hualapai) Turtle is based on a design painted freehand on a bowl, 1000 years ago, with brushes made from the leaves of yucca plants.