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A Guide to Understanding the Meaning & Properties of Turquoise

A Guide to Understanding the Meaning & Properties of Turquoise

Perhaps one of the most easily identified stones, turquoise is most widely known for the common bright beautiful blue or green color it emits and is incredibly popular in both women’s and men’s jewelry alike. Not only is turquoise beautiful to look at, but it’s also a... Read more
How Kachina Dolls Are Made

How Kachina Dolls Are Made

The Hopi People are a community of Native Americans whose traditional territory is situated in what is now northeastern Arizona. While many aspects of traditional Hopi arts and culture are widely recognized, their long history of creating kachina dolls is particularly... Read more
Tips for Researching Your Native American Art

Tips for Researching Your Native American Art

Have you recently purchased a piece of Native American jewelry or art and want to know a bit more about its origins? Luckily, there are myriad options for you to choose from. Not only will knowing a bit more about Native American jewelry and art help you make the... Read more
Native American Engagement Rings

Native American Engagement Rings

When it comes to engagement rings, you want a piece that is beautiful, durable, and maybe even something that comes with a unique background and history. While it might seem for many to be a surprising choice, there are a lot of reasons why Native American rings make... Read more
How Acoma Pottery Influences Fashion

How Acoma Pottery Influences Fashion

The Acoma Pueblo, located just west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is home to a rich tradition of arts and culture. While there are many incredible artists of varying modalities both historical and contemporary who are Acoma, the community is particularly famous for... Read more
Three Reasons to Buy Native American Jewelry

Three Reasons to Buy Native American Jewelry

Whether you’re into eye-catching statement pieces or more subtle and delicate adornments, there is such a wide variety of Native American jewelry to choose from. Apart from the exquisite aesthetics of Native American jewelry, there are many other incredible reasons... Read more
The Hopi Kachina Cult

The Hopi Kachina Cult

The westernmost of the Pueblo Peoples, the Hopi inhabit a region of northeastern Arizona and farm the semiarid land of this area. The challenges the community faces with farming for a livelihood in this climate means that many spiritual beliefs are held by the... Read more
Common Zuni Fetish Carvings and their Meanings

Common Zuni Fetish Carvings and their Meanings

The Zuni tribe in New Mexico is widely known for their rich art and cultural history, and one aspect of particular note is hand-carved animal tokens known as fetishes. If you’re interested in Native American art, culture, or history, then learning more about Zuni... Read more
The Best Ways to Clean Your Turquoise Silver Jewelry

The Best Ways to Clean Your Turquoise Silver Jewelry

When it comes to caring for your turquoise and silver jewelry, the best thing you can do is be proactive. Don’t wait until your silver is heavily tarnished or you see blemishes on your stone. The most important things you can do to care for your turquoise rings or... Read more
Connection of Pottery to Acoma Culture

Connection of Pottery to Acoma Culture

The art of pottery creation has a deep and historical connection to Acoma culture. Located around 60 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico are the four communities which make up Acoma Pueblo: Sky City (Old Acoma), Acomita, Anzac, and McCartys. Tribal records suggest... Read more
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