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Handmade Navajo jewelry

Navajo Bracelets

Navajo Necklaces

Navajo Earrings

Navajo Belt Buckles

Navajo Money Clips

Navajo Rings

Navajo Watches

Navajo Pendants

Navajo Hair Clips


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
Pendants Over $20
Pendants Under $20
Rose Quartz
Chains/Rubber Necklaces/Extenders
Dream Catchers
Key Rings
Semi-Precious Gem Stone Nugget Necklaces
Silver Earrings
Turquoise Nugget Jewelry in Sterling Silver Pictur


Navajo Earrings

Information on Handcrafted Navajo Earrings:

Navajo Earrings are one of a kind! The silversmiths use Turquoise, Pink Shell, Onyx, Coral, gaspeite, variscite, coral, multi colored oyster shell, or other stones to decorate their sterling silver earrings. Navajo jewelers are known to use a variety of techniques when crafting earrings. Each pair shows the skill and creativity especially in choosing and setting the stones. However, the Navajo Silversmith’s primary focus is the detailed design with the silver. As generations have passed each has developed there own style, skills and talents. Yet the Navajo jewelers still seem to keep the unique style of their heritage.

At the turn of the century when turquoise started to be come more plentiful old earring were melted down and made in to new jewelry. All the men and began wearing turquoise earrings instead of looped earrings. The Navajo women wore mostly loops of small turquoise beads in their ears at the bottom of which were fastened several bits of red shell. The loops were as much as four of even five inches long. The are not seen very often today. They have been outdated by silver earrings and elaborated decorative designs and set with many stones like the earrings below. This style reflects some of the Zuni influence.

Here are a few pictures of Handmade Navajo Earnings:


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