Most notably, below are examples of authentic vintage Navajo jewelry that we sell. By all means, you can either buy this jewelry in our physical store or through our online store. Incidentally, our main internet store website is Tucson Indian Jewelry.com. As a matter of fact, please visit that website to purchase fabulous jewelry at reasonable prices.
In general, our website, Tucson Indian Jewelry, is just a small fraction of the beautiful jewelry we sell at our brick and mortar store. Consequently, we have a fast turnover, due to our great selection at good prices. In addition, we sell Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo jewelry.
Equally important, Navajo jewelry is the vast majority of jewelry we sell. In other words, most of the jewelry available anywhere is Navajo in origin.
Consequently, the Navajo have been producing jewelry since about 1880. In addition, they are a much larger Native American Indian Nation than the other tribes.
In contrast, the Hopi jewelry typically is sterling silver overlay. Also, the Zuni use small stonework, including inlay, needlepoint, petit point, and birds eye shape turquoise. Finally, the Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo jewelry is typically made with inlay cut stones with shell as the base material.
Navajo Turquoise and Bear Claw Bolo Tie. Fabulous turquoise with bear claws!
Additionally, here is a EUGENE S. MITCHELL Navajo (Dine’) Sterling Silver and Turquoise Isleta Cross / Dragon Fly. Of Course, it is only available through TucsonIndianJewelry.com
Also, here is an Apache Crown Dancer ring by Roland Hogan Begay Zuni ring.