Make a Unique Statement with Native American Indian Jewelry
New Mexico is a unique state: our culture is a blend of western, Spanish and Native American Indian, specifically Pueblo and Navajo. At Palms Trading Company, our Native American Indian jewelry pieces are products of that unique blend.
Much of the jewelry we sell is handmade using traditional techniques; some, like heishi beads, are ancient. Others, such as the sterling silver jewelry, came about after the Spanish settled the area. And this unique, one-of-a-kind type of jewelry can help you make a unique fashion statement!
What Do You Want to Wear?
What type of jewelry do you like to wear? What makes a statement about you and your style? There are many different kinds of Native American Indian jewelry to choose from:
- Sterling silver bracelets with a single chunky natural stone
- Intricate Zuni needlepoint pendants featuring pure sky blue Sleeping Beauty turquoise
- Elegantly simple disc necklaces
- Antique-looking hand-stamped sterling silver rings
- Handsome bolo ties with traditional symbols, overlay, chunky stones, or inlay
- The graduated color of handmade heishi beads
Pieces are made with traditional patterns, images and designs including:
Designs can also include delicate inlays and stones that include:
- Spiny oyster
- Mother of Pearl
Because each piece is hand-made it is completely unique—you won’t find the same design on anyone else!
A Personal Shopper to Help
Whether you’re in Albuquerque, ordering over the phone or ordering online, our personal shopper service will help you find what you want to help make your unique statement. Once you contact us, tell us what you’re looking for—the more detailed your description, the more easily we’ll be able to find pieces to match what you want.
We’ll look through our entire collection for pieces. We’ll take pictures and send them to you so you can choose what you like and purchase those that fit your style best!
At Palms Trading Company, we celebrate the unique beauty that is Native American Indian art. You can too, and make a statement in the process!