Sourcing Native American Indian Turquoise Jewelry
Our jewelry is sourced directly from local Native American tribes, and we work closely with our partners to ensure that our products are ethically and sustainably produced. Turquoise is one of the world’s oldest gems. Our stones, sourced from local tribes such as the Zuni, Navajo, and Santo Domingo, are among the hardest of the gemstones, with deep blue-green hues and natural lines that have formed over time-beautiful marks of their authenticity.
Real turquoise is rare, remains beautiful through the decades, and may even increase in value. Our Native American Indian turquoise jewelry, crafted in the ancient tradition, comprises a collection that can suit multiple styles and looks.
Artisan Crafted Jewelry
Our award-winning artists only source the finest materials-including 14k gold and sterling silver-when creating these genuine turquoise jewelry pieces. Working with local Native American tribes in Arizona and New Mexico, we source only the finest gemstones and accept only the highest level of craftsmanship when creating these unique and stylish Southwestern designs. By purchasing from us, you can be confident that you are supporting the preservation of Native American traditions and culture.
We pride ourselves in offering you the most genuine turquoise jewelry, and we care about your satisfaction, with each wearable piece of art coming with a certificate of authenticity. In the unlikely event that a stone should fall out, or a piece should break, we will repair it for you, free of charge.
We understand that buying jewelry online can be daunting, which is why we offer detailed product descriptions and high-quality images that accurately represent our jewelry. Our customer service team is also available to answer any questions you may have and help you find the perfect piece of jewelry.
Whether you're looking for a statement piece to add to your collection or a special gift for a loved one, our Native American turquoise jewelry is sure to impress. Shop our collection today and discover the beauty and history of this treasured gemstone.