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Andy Kirk Lee
Andy Lee Kirk Isleta Pueblo and Navajo learned the basics of jewelry making
Artie Yellowhorse
Yellowhorse family, fine jewelry design is the common theme. The influences of the Navajo culture are readily apparent in this beautiful wearable art, which evolved out of generations of artistic talent and innovation.
Charlene Reano
Born at San Felipe pueblo, she married into the Reano family of Santo Domingo Pueblo, well known for their inlay work.
Dina Huntinghorse (Wichita)
Dina Huntinghorse works in traditional and contemporary gold, silver, set stones, inlay, beadwork, paintings and drawings. She was trained in jewelry by her late husband, Herbert Taylor. She is a top award-winning artist.
Duane maktima
Duane Maktima has produced incredibly beautiful jewelry. His work has a distinctive sculptural quality that makes his pieces more than just adornment, they are small masterpieces of art and culture.
Ernie Lister (Navajo)
Ernie Lister works in the style of the early Navajo silversmiths from the 1870's - 1910. His jewelry is forged from ingot silver, hand wrought, hand stamped and filed. He is an award-winning artist.
Fritz Casuse
Fritz J. Casuse from the community of Twin Lakes outside of Gallup, New Mexico. Member of the Diné or Navajo Nation born to Clara Bowman Casuse and the late Joel G. Casuse.
Herman Vandever
Native American - Navajo born January 28,1964. Started silversmith in 1989, he was taught by his older brother Esther Wood.
Myron Panteah
A third-generation jeweler, he learned his craft by watching his father and grandmother and playing with their jewelry-making tools.
Orville Tsinnie (Navajo)
Orville Tsinnie steady presence in the world of American Indian art for over twenty- five years, Orville Tsinnie's work is distinctive and stylish.
Shawn Bluejacket
Shawn Bluejacket has been creating unique, one of a kind jewelry in the noble metals, since 1993 after graduating from the institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM.
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Wilma Baca (Tosa) (Jimez Pueblo) Large Etched Redware Pot
Price: $1,900.00
Wilma Baca (Tosa) (Jimez Pueblo) Large Etched Redware Pot
Wilma Baca (Tosa) (Jimez Pueblo) Large Etched Redware Pot
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