A Gallery of Fine Southwest and Native American Art
Native American Trading Company carries fine, authentic jewelry acquired directly from tribal artists working on the reservations of the American Southwest. We cultivate and develop honest relationships, some nurtured over 25 years, with the artists who receive top values from us for their outstanding work.
The stones and gems are guaranteed real, and all jewlery for sale at Native American Trading Company is further guaranteed to be authentic, Indian hand-made from natural materials.
While many pieces are newly created, we also carry a superb collection of Indian Pawn jewelry and other items of historic value.
On this page are examples of the wide selection of authentic, fine jewelry that we carry. If you are interested in a particular piece or style, please contact us by phone or email, and we would be happy to send you photographs of items currently available.
Tumbled Turquoise w/Olive Shell 5 Strand 24"
Turquoise and coral are some of the predominant natural stone types incorporated in Native American jewelry. At Native American Trading Company we ensure that you are purchasing quality natural materials. With our experience and knowledge, we can authenticate the jewelry that we present.
Green Turquoise Heishi - 3 Tabs 2 Silver Beads 20" Santo Domingo Pueblo
Turquoise Heishi with 4 Silver Beads 26" length
Green Turquoise Heishi with Mother of Pearl 5 Strand 28"
Polished Turquoise w/7 Red Coral Tabs & Coral Beads 22"
Zuni 3 Strand Fetish Necklace ca. 1975 - 28"
Most Native American jewelry from the American Southwest is finished with sterling silver material at the ends for clasps and closing. Most of the necklaces seen here have handmade sterling silver closures.
Tumbled Turquoise w/Olive Shell 20" artist Ray Lovato
Red Coral 4 Strand w/5 Silver Beads ca. 1970
Turquoise 10 Strand 24" artist Richard Abeyta Santo Domingo Pueblo
Turquoise w/ Oyster Shell Old Style Wrap 5 Strand 28" Santo Domingo Pueblo
Polished Turquoise with Red Coral Beads 22"
Assorted size Turquoise slab Earrings from Santo Domingo Pueblo