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American Indian Art

Welcome to American Indian Art from Sunshine Studio - Santa Fe Indian Traders, doorway to the widest variety of southwest Native American art and crafts on the Internet.

American Indian Jewelry
American Indian Jewelry
American Indian jewelry embodies a heritage of honor. Each piece of American Indian jewelry conveys symbolism and life within the framework of its exquisite, detailed art. And that is especially true with the spectacular American Indian jewelry items at Sunshine Studio-like the coral, turquoise and jet stone-to-stone inlay choker from the Zuni tribe. From the Zuni to the Hopi and Navajo jewelry, your emotions will soar and your heart will sing.



Chandelier Earrings
American Indian Chandelier Earrings
Earthy, yet feminine. Chandelier earrings conjure up the glorious and sturdy image of the female Native American. Now you can wear the intriguing look with handmade chandelier earrings from Native American artisans. Picture yourself slipping on one of these chandelier earrings by the Zuni tribe to get in touch with Mother Earth: 4-tiered chandelier earrings with turquoise circles; a smaller circle of coral attached to a larger circle with sliver dangling strips; or sliver flattened dangles attached to a two-level, flower-like structure.



Zuni Fetish Necklaces
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Animal spirits are at the center of Zuni fetish necklaces. And there is a distinct ranking order among the various animals objects used in Zuni fetish necklaces. Consider these Zuni fetish necklaces and others found at Sunshine Studio: a necklace made with eight walking bears (who guard the West) strung on a turquoise heishe with a larger standing bear at the bottom of the necklace, by Zuni artist Brian Yatsattie; or a unique fetish necklace by Zuni artist Mike Yatsayte, featuring ten small turquoise frogs (representing water, fertility and abundance) plus a larger frog at the bottom.





Please let us know if there is some way in which we can help you with your American Indian art. We love the art as we are collectors ourselves and hope to share our enthusiasm with you. Do not hesitate to contact us for any reason.

Arch Thiessen

Sunshine Studio

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Santa Fe, NM 87506

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