Jessie Western's world is all about objects with a purpose: intentional, turquoise jewellery made by Native American artists and fine gem jewellery by Jessie Western. The ethical foundation of Jessie Western products is something we are proud of: a love for art and nature has always been with us and we continue to enjoy sharing it with others. When Jessie was living in Los Angeles, playing music and singing, Vicky would come to stay and the two sisters would frequently visit the reservation and stayed with some good friends.
I currently also have this is a lapis. The silver beading on the bottom of the bezel add a traditional touch Running Bear Shop, Navajo Beautiful cuff bracelet.
Jewelry has been made and worn in the Southwest since prehistoric times. For hundreds of years Native Southwestern people have made mosaic inlay and beads of turquoise, shell, bone or stone. Shells like abalone and spiny oyster shell came to the region from the coast and were an important element in Anasazi jewelry.
A larger selection of fine jewelry, pottery, artwork, and gifts can be found in our brick and mortar store. He learned to make jewelry from his wife Eloise Kee and has been creating jewelry for over a decade. This handcrafted sterling silver cuff features a large blue lapis lazuli stone.
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Native American jewelry refers to items of personal adornment, whether for personal use, sale or as art; examples of which include necklacesearringsbraceletsrings and pinsas well as ketohswampumand labretsmade by one of the Indigenous peoples of the United States. Native American jewelry normally reflects the cultural diversity and history of its makers, but tribal groups have often borrowed and copied designs and methods from other, neighboring tribes or nations with which they had trade, and this practice continues today. Native American tribes continue to develop distinct aesthetics rooted in their personal artistic visions and cultural traditions.
The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us. We will ship it separately when it becomes available. Isaac Coriz, Kewa Santo Domingo.