Turquoise has been prevalent in Native American culture for thousands of years, and today it continues to hold extremely high esteem. Southwestern American Indian tribes used to use turquoise as a status symbol, as a currency, for collateral when trading, to make or decorate weapons, and so much more. Our authentic turquoise hoop earrings carry on the tradition, allowing you to treasure a genuine piece of Native American history. If you are interested in owning wearable art with a rich historical context, order hoop earrings from Southwest Silver Gallery today.
High-Quality Hoop Earrings
Our bestselling Native American hoop earrings are sourced from local award-winning artists from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo tribes throughout Arizona and New Mexico. Traditionally, the artists from the Zuni tribe tend to make inlay hoop earrings or small, hand-cut needlepoint hoop earrings, and the Navajo tribe's pieces often feature floral designs, silver stamp work, ropes and twists, and cab settings in their designs. Every set includes a certificate of authenticity, and most pieces are stamped with the official hallmark of the artist, so you can place your order with complete confidence. Enjoy incredible craftsmanship and attention to detail that you will not find elsewhere.