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Native American Jewelry

The Navajo are believed to be the first Native American silversmiths.  Working with Navajo elders in 1930, researcher John Adair was able to determine that Atsidi Sani (active 1860s to 1890s) was the first Navajo to work silver.  Another early silversmith, Atsis Chon (1870s to 1900s) was the first to set turquoise onto a silver piece.  The Hopi and Zuni tribes have crafted their own styles.  Much of what these Native Americans learned came from working with Mexican silversmiths.


Scroll down to view examples of Native American jewelry we have available in our shop.  Click on the image to see more detailed pictures of each piece.



Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelets

Dealer 5115

Item No. 18902 - $129.00  (left)

Item No. 18696 - $125.00  (right)



Green/Brown Nugget Turquoise Necklace - $750.00

Nuggets are 1/2" to 3/4" wide, and 1/2" high.  They are separated by brown and white Heishi shell spacers.  Necklace is 26" long.

Dealer 5115 - #9688

Beautiful Multi-Strand Turquoise Hechi Necklace - $895.00

4 Strands of Turquoise Nuggets and Brown Hechi Beads

Absolutely georgous!!

Dealer 5115

Item No. 9683



Beautiful Black Onyx Squash Blossom - $1650.00

Sterling Silver

Dealer 5115

Item No. 15049



Coral Squash Blossom, Earrings & Ring - $1895.00

Sterling Silver - Possibly Old Pawn - Purchased from estate in Denver, CO

Dealer 5115

Item No. 9685


Native American Squash Blossom - $2200.00

Dealer 5115

Sterling Silver - Not signed

Item No. 15050


Vintage Squash Blossom & Earrings

Green Turquoise

Dealer 5115



Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace

Sterling Silver

Dealer 5115

Item No. 15051


Brazos Moon

(now located inside

Caylor Creek Boutique)

109 E. Bridge St.

Granbury, TX 76048

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