Sanchez $350.00, Silver Stago Earrings $45, Eustace Hand $90
$45.00 – $395.00
Silver Healing Hands Pendant or Hand of Friendship pendant was handcrafted by Native American Zuni/Navajo by Alex Sanchez
This large Sterling silver Healing Hand or Hand of Friendship pendant is appliqued with the bear, sunface, a dragonfly, stars and migration and highlighted with a single Kingman turquoise stone.
Silver Healing Hands Pendant or Hand of Friendship in Sterling silver was handcrafted by Native American Alex Sanchez.
Silver Healing Hands Pendant is Native American Zuni/Navajo Made Pendant–Healing Hand with Turquoise by Alex Sanchez
This large Sterling silver Healing Hand or Hand of Friendship pendant is appliqued with the bear, sunface, a dragonfly, stars and migration and highlighted with a single Kingman turquoise stone. This piece is stamped on the back by the artist and adorned with his classic pattern. Alex Sanchez is Navajo/Zuni. His artistry is clean and his pieces are all one-of-a-kind.
Dimensions: 2 in. long x 1.75 wide +1 in. bale; 20.4 grams
SKU Alex Sanchez–2002
Native American jewelry, handmade by various artists from several different tribes. Crafted from sterling silver and accented with gorgeous, natural materials, our vast collection of indigenous made American jewelry offers unique pieces of wearable art.
Jewelry plays a large role in Native American culture. It tells stories, holds history, and represents spiritual beliefs and cultures of every tribe across America.
Beginning as early as 12,000 years ago, jewelry-making was unique to the respective geographic area of each tribe, featuring natural materials that could only be found in surrounding environments. This allowed tribes to offer slight variations in designs since the supplies necessary to craft these delicate accessories were major trade items. Jewelry-making has evolved in technique and materials used over the years, but still is a primary focus of indiginous culture today.
We have access to jewelry from the Algonquin, Apache, Hopi, Lakota, Navajo, Santo Domingo, and Zuni people.
Several materials are used to craft these beautiful pieces of wearable art. From beads and bear claws to turquoise, the “stone of life,” that holds a special significance in indigenous American culture, every piece of jewelry will tell a story.