Happenings at Tucson Indian Jewelry!

First of all, Tucson Indian Jewelry promotes and supports local modern day silversmiths. Furthermore, for information about the active silversmiths we represent, please click HERE!

As a matter of fact, below are a few pictures of our friends who stop by. In conclusion, please come and visit us…you never know who you might run into!

Bille Hougart at Tucson Indian JewelryFirst of all, here is author Bille Hougart with Dwight of Tucson Indian Jewelry. Most notably, Mr. Hougart  writes books about Native American Indian Hallmarks, as well as Taxco, Mexico Hallmarks.

Most noteworthy, one of his books is The Little Book of Mexican and Silver Trade Hallmarks. Most recently, Mr. Hougart’s work includes Native American and Southwestern Silver Hallmarks.                                                                                                                                                                    

Reginald Mitchell, Navajo (Dine') Silversmith with Christy of Tucson Indian JewelryAlso, Reginald Mitchell, Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith stops by our store. Here, Christy and Reginald are at the front counter of Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry. Consequently, Mr. Mitchell is a popular silversmith with unique designs.

Adam Ramirez, Ute/Acoma SilversmithAs a matter of fact, here Adam Ramirez Ute/Acoma Silversmith shows off his latest creation at Tucson Indian Jewelry. Incidentally, Mr. Ramirez is a young silversmith with loads of talent!   Most noteworthy, Adam’s unique works incorporates diorama techniques.                                                                                                                      

Tim Lewis, Navajo (Dine') SilversmithNot to mention Tim Lewis, Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith with Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry. Here, Mr. Lewis is shows off his pieces at a Native American Indian Show in Tucson.                                                                                                                                                                                          

Jolene Bird and Christy Of Tucson Indian JewelryIn addition, Jolene Bird is one of our favorites! As a matter of fact, here she shows off her Santo Domingo (Kewa) jewelry with Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry.                                                                                                            

Gary Custer Navajo (Dine') SilversmithAdditionally, here is Christy of Tucson Indian Jewelry with Gary Custer Navajo (Dine’) Silversmith and his wife. Furthermore, this picture is from the Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico.                                                                                                                                                            

Notably, here is a photograph of Leona Romero, Tohono O’odham (formerly Papago). Ms. Romero is a horsehair weaver. As a matter of fact, one morning she walks in and spreads out her latest work on the front counter of Tucson Indian Jewelry                                                                                    

Alton Joe Navajo (Dine') Silversmith inside Tucson Indian JewelryAdditionally, here is Alton Joe, who is a Navajo (Dine’) silversmith. This of a picture of a recent visit to Tucson Indian jewelry. Moreover, Mr. Joe is a regular visitor of our shop.                                                                                                                                                  

James Fendenheim, Tohono O'odham SilversmithLastly, James Fendenheim, Tohono O’odham Silversmith shows off his latest masterpieces at Tucson Indian Jewelry. Most importantly, Mr. Fendenheim creates true masterpieces, selling to many famous celebrities worldwide.                                                                                                                                                                                                

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