First of all, thank you for visiting Tucson Indian Jewelry! We are Dwight and Christy Schannep, and this is a local, family run business. Consequently, we sell American Indian Jewelry, and have since 1990. Also, we have been at our current location, in Tucson, since September of 1993. Especially relevant, we specialize in GENUINE VINTAGE Native American Indian Jewelry from the Navajo (Dine’), Hopi, Zuni, and Santo Domingo (Kewa’). In addition, we offer jewelry from local Tohono O’odham artists (formerly known as “Papago”). As a result, we DO NOT SELL MODERN IMPORTED “Indian” jewelry from India, Indonesia, China, or the Philippines. In contrast, you can find this jewelry at other “Native American Indian” jewelry stores in Tucson . . . but not ours!
Additionally, there is an independent silversmith on the premises for all your repair, resizing and restringing needs. Correspondingly, you enjoy wholesale pricing, as our silversmith works for himself and does not pay us “a cut” from his labor. Alternately, Patrick can also custom design the jewelry of your imagination!
Most noteworthy, when visiting Tucson, please look for our blue building with red stripes with life size Kachinas. Furthermore, we are at 3130 E. Grant Road (at Country Club) in Tucson, Arizona 85716. Also, look for us at the Southeast corner of the intersection. In conclusion, we are between Chicken Nuevo and Temco Heating and Cooling. Additionally, our telephone number is (520) 326-3070. Consequently, here is Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry and Reginald Mitchell, Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith. As a matter of fact, to see more images of Reginald Mitchell’s jewelry, please click HERE!
Moreover, we are unique in that we offer a vast selection of Southwest Native American Indian Jewelry from multiple consignors. Equally important, our selection of Native American Indian is vast and varied. As a result, here you will find reasonably priced Navajo squash blossom necklaces. Also, we buy and sell attractively priced Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo bracelets, earrings, rings, concho belts, and silver and turquoise accessories. Above is Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry with Gary Custer and his wife, Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith.
Not to mention, Timm Lewis, Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith with Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry. In the photograph, Timm is attending a Native American Indian Show at the Casino in Tucson.
Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry with Mary Lovato at Mary’s home in Santo Domingo
Tucson Indian Jewelry is inside the American Antique Mall.
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