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Native American Jewelry

Welcome to Silver Across Borders where we strive to bring you the finest handmade Native American jewelry from the past through the present. Our old pawn/estate collection consists of antique silver jewelry dating as far back as the 1910's. Because we tend to gravitate more towards the mid 20th century, we have examples of silver work created by some of the most important and influential Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and other Pueblo Indian artists including; Awa Tsireh, Kenneth Begay, Hosteen Goodluck, George Kee, Alan Kee, Austin Wilson, Fred Peshlakai, Roger Skeet, Teddy Weahkee, Lambert Homer, Leo Poblano, Dan Simplicio, Paul Saufki, Victor Coochwytewa, Morris Robinson, Frank Patania Sr and many more.

The vintage pieces (1965-1990) consists of the finest Zuni inlay by Dennis Edaakie, Andrew Dewa and Eliot Qualo while Apache Carlos White Eagle and many of the Navajo used some of the highest quality turquoise that the Southwest has to offer. Let's not forget our contemporary jewelry which is made by exceptional and talented award winning artists such as Ernie Lister, Art Tafoya and Bennard & Frances Dallasvuyaoma. Whether you are a collector of historic American Indian silver jewelry, a rock hound who loves turquoise or someone who simply appreciates the quality and beauty of Native American arts and crafts, we have something for you.