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“I absolutely LOVE this bowl - thank you so much for the fast shipping and the gorgeous product!!!!”
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“I just received my Native American etched, horsehair vase.
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American Indian necklace jewelry from the Pueblo Indian tribes of New Mexico, Arizona and Texas is hand made Indian jewelry similar to Navajo Indian jewelry of the southwest. Indian turquoise jewelry made by the Tigua Indians from the Isleta Del Sur pueblo is authentic Native American Indian jewelry true to the traditional craftsmanship. When you think about Native adornment, American Indian jewelry, North American Indian jewelry or even pottery and art, The pueblo Indians lead the way in producing original pieces of beaded jewelry.
Genuine Native American Indian jewelry uses the elements of nature that all cultures love. Turquoise, coral and shell as well as precious stones, glass beads, sterling silver and fettish animals set the standard. Each Indian necklace, bracelet or earring is carefully hand strung to create beaded Indian jewelry that looks beautiful and represents the best of American Indian jewelry.
This beautiful piece of authentic Native American jewelry was made by Tigua Indian artist, Angie Gutierrez.
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