Native American Indian Art

First of all, Native American Indian art is the focus of our business. Consequently, we offer an impressive inventory of Native American art, established over our 30 years.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              As a result, our offerings include old pawn jewelry from the Navajo (Dine’), Hopi, Santo Domingo (Kewa) and Zuni. Most noteworthy, we also sell contemporary Native American Indian Jewelry from talented and well known silversmiths of the Southwest. Equally, some of our pieces are signed, while other pieces are not signed. Interestingly, signing jewelry with the silversmith’s hallmarks or initials are a practice of recent times. In contrast, in the past, it is considered egotistical or boisterous to sign your pieces. Consequently, the tribal members consider each other to be equals.

In addition, at Tucson Indian Jewelry, you will find Indian Baskets, Navajo rugs and Blankets, Native American Pueblo Pottery, and Hopi Kachinas. Finally, we also sell souvenirs of Arizona such as Sand Paintings, Postcards featuring Native American Indians of the Southwest, and books about the Indian tribes of this area.

Tucson Indian Jewelry is located in the heart of Native American Culture. Much of the Navajo Nation lives in Arizona. In addition, the Hopi Pueblo is located in Northern Arizona. The Zuni Pueblo is located about 30 miles South of Gallup, New Mexico, which is not far from our border with New Mexico. Santo Domingo Pueblo is located not far from the Arizona border.

Ever changing selection of Navajo rugs at Tucson Indian Jewelry                                                                                               
Equally important, Hopi Handicrafts – Picture courtesy of Guy Ashley                                                                                                                    
In addition, Navajo Handicrafts

Tohono O'odham (Papago) lidded basket
Notably, Tohono O’odham handicrafts include this lidded Basket                                                                                             
Also, Navajo Sand Painting Boxes                                                                                                              
James Fendenheim, Tohono O'odham Silversmith
James Fendenheim, Tohono O’odham Silversmith in the lobby of Tucson Indian Jewelry                                                                                                                            
Cochiti Story teller doll by Dorothy Trujillo, Cochiti New Mexico (SOLD)                                                                                              
Horse hair baskets
Moreover, horse hair baskets made by local Tohono O’odham tribal member Leona Romero at the front counter of Tucson Indian Jewelry                                                                     

Coupled with Tohono O’odham Basket and Navajo and Hopi Kachinas in one of our many showcases.                                                                                                                                                                  

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