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Sunshine Studio: Turquoise Jewelry

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.

Turquoise Jewelry
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Turquoise jewelry-it has definitely made its mark on American culture. Now you can wear eye-catching turquoise jewelry creations from the heart of our nation: Native Americans. At Sunshine Studio, you'll find a striking selection of turquoise jewelry to tickle your fancy. Try these from the Zuni tribe: a precious little turtle in turquoise with channel work inlay; a stunning petit-point pin/pendant with teardrop-shaped cabochons; a traditional turquoise petit-point pin/pendant with carefully shaped cabochons and signed by Zuni silversmiths Alex and Odelle; a traditional rainbow man in turquoise, coral, jet, and mother-of-pearl.



Zuni Fetishes
Turquoise Jewelry
Zuni fetishes usually revolve around animals-their claws, fangs, senses and elemental forces. The whole point of Zuni fetishes is to evoke the animal spirits, who act as messengers to the gods. Zuni fetishes and their corresponding power animals appear in necklaces or other carved images. At Sunshine Studio, you'll discover a wondrous collection of Zuni fetishes to tantalize your eyes, such as a single-strand necklace by Zuni artists Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai, touting 17 frogs with coral eyes.



Native American Jewelry
Native American Turquoise Jewelry
The skill . . . the inspiration. Our world is transformed into sheer art in Native American jewelry. You can live the magic with a splendid piece of Native American jewelry from Sunshine Studio. Each glorious item rekindles the legacy that is the art form of Native American jewelry-like a Kachina pin from the Zuni tribe, made from black and white mother-of-pearl, spiny oyster and turquoise, or a bird pendant from the Navajo tribe, created with seven turquoise cabochons set in handmade sterling silver.





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

3180 Vista Sandia

Santa Fe, NM 87506

phone: 505-984-3216

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This WWW page and all referenced images are Copyright 1995-2011 by Sunshine Studio - Santa Fe Indian Traders, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, or by the artist. All rights reserved. Sunshine Studio is a full member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, Inc.(ATADA), and the Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA). Last modified on 18-October-2011 by Arch Thiessen, Webmaster.

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