Nothing says love like a heart…
Unless it’s silver and turquoise with feathers. There's only one pair of these beauties, until we find the artist who made them.
Our Diné have been known for their silversmithing skills since they began forging coins in the prison camp in 1864-1868.
This rare talent has been passed down from generation to generation and we are lucky enough to get to benefit from this artist's decision to keep the skill going.
“Indian Barter” These earrings were acquired through bartering. One of our artists bartered with another artist to acquire this jewelry. Bartering goes back before a monetary system and is still widely used among our Navajo People today.
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These earrings were acquired through bartering. One of our artists bartered with another artist to acquire this jewelry. Bartering goes back before a monetary system and is still widely used among our Navajo People today.
Products That Tell a Story.
All of our products tell a story. These products are made to encourage people to share more about themselves. We give a starting place, or we add to what is already there. Encouraging people to pass on their knowledge the traditional way. With heart, meaning, and symbolism.
Why Our Diné Wear Silver and Turquoise
Turquoise tells the Holy People You Know Where You Came From
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