Bisbee Turquoise and Sterling Silver Bolo by Navajo artist Jeanette Dale, Navajo Silversmith
We have some beautiful earrings from some of our famous Navajo jewelry artists Jeanette Dale and Selena Warner. All are sterling silver and turquoise.
Sterling Silver Squash Necklace by
Award Winner Navajo Artist, Selena Warner
Solid Sterling Silver, 24″ with Yeibichai corn design
$2400.00 Buy Now $1950.00
Nowadays it is hard to find meticulous squash necklaces created in solid sterling silver with precision and meaning. Truly a One-Of-A-Kind Collectors piece. Hang the necklace in a shadow box while not wearing it. Hang it on the wall, so everyone can enjoy.
Selina Warner creates amazing old fashioned finish work in contemporary designs with many different stone and shell selections. She was taught by the masters themselves, Harry Morgan and Betty Joe.
She is related to Betty Joe and Greg Pat.
A Navajo supernatural represented by a masked dancer in an initation or curative ceremony
The Navajo word tádídíín
is the word for corn pollen.
Tádídíín is a fundamental aspect of Navajo traditional culture. It comes from the tassels of a mature corn plant, and can only be collected by a female.
It is then blessed and used by all as the primary means of communicating with the Navajo Holy People. It is a conduit through which safety and happiness are assured, especially when one travels beyond the Navajo homeland (Dinétah).
It is a sweet-tasting yellow-colored powder that is commonly kept in small leather pouches.
1211 Washington Ave., Golden, CO 80401
Inlay Pins, by Jimmy Poyer, Navajo
The artist works with turquoise, mother of pearl, onyx, spiny oyster, lapis, etc.
Pam & Dennis Eggemeyer
1211 Washington Ave.
Golden, CO 80401