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Native American Jewelry:
10 Inch Dream Catchers
2 Inch Dream Catchers
3 Inch Dream Catchers
4 Inch Dream Catchers
Assorted Small Silver Chains
Bear Jewelry
Bracelets Over $20
Bracelets Under $20
Dream Catcher Key Rings
Dream Catchers Wholesale
Eagle Jewelry
Earrings Over $15
Earrings Under $15
Horse Jewelry
Kokopelli Jewelry
Necklaces Over $30
Necklaces Under $30
Onyx
Pendants Over $20
Pendants Under $20
Rose Quartz
Bracelets/Anklets
Chains/Rubber Necklaces/Extenders
Dream Catchers
Earrings
Key Rings
Necklaces
Pendants
Semi-Precious Gem Stone Nugget Necklaces
Silver Earrings
Turquoise
Turquoise Nugget Jewelry in Sterling Silver Pictur

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Native American Indian Turquoise Jewelry, Southwestern Jewelry

Information Site on handcrafted Southwestern Native American Indian Jewelry:

Authentic Native American Jewelry decorated with turquoise has increased in popularity in past years. Blue Sky Turquoise desires to educate you with information about Native American Jewelry handcrafted by Native American Indian Tribes throughout America's Southwest.

We focus primarily on jewelry created by Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi artists in America's Southwest. Including but not limited native turquoise necklaces, earnings, pendants, buckles, fetishes, bracelets, rings and more. We also give you information on how Native American Jewelry is created and what to look for when purchasing the jewelry online.

Our hope is to keep this Native American craft alive for many more generations and provide people with accurate information about this marvelous craft. If you have any additional information about Native American Jewelry we would be happy to review it and possibly post it on the Internet.

Native American Jewelry For Sale:

Green Turquoise Naja - Pendant Only

Sterling Silver Machine Cast Cross - Pendant Only

Black Onyx Oval - Pendant Only


Turquoise Double-Strand Necklace with Dream Catche

Square White Clam Shell Necklace - 22 Inch

Oyster Shell Necklace with 3 Turquoise Nuggets - 1

 

Native American Jewelry News and Events

Cedar City Welcomes Autumn with Fall Arts Festival, 2006-10-11
Lure of the Native American flute, 2006-09-15
Artist no longer 'starving' thanks to friends, 2006-09-15
Haskell Indian art market features tradition, 2006-09-11
Stolen Native American Jewelry found, 2006-09-11

 

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