Yankton Dakota (Sioux) Two-Hide Pattern Dress with Fully Beaded Yoke
Dress: c. 1940 South Dakota Hide, seed beads, sinew Item number: 20/2009 Earrings: c. 1910 South Dakota Glass tube beads, rawhide, sinew Item number: 1/9250 Belt: c. 1900 South Dakota Harness leather, German silver conchos, commercial buckle Item number: 1/3390
Native American Jewelry
Authentic Native American Jewelry made in the American Southwest. We bring you Native American turquoise, sterling silver, and other jewelry.
Kachinas, Cowboys and Indians | Medicine Man Gallery
The Hopi Indians are descendents of the Hisatsinom, or People of Long Ago, commonly known as the Anasazi or San Juan Basketmakers. The Hopi people have lived in the Four Corners region continuously since 500 A.D., giving them the longest authenticated history of occupation of a single area by any Native American tribe in the United States. However, their tutsqua, or homeland, has shrunk to nearly 9 percent of what it once was, now comprising 1.6 million acres. The Hopi culture is rich with…
You’ll likely never hear us say anything is the “new black” – we love it too much and it’s too essential – but man, we are really loving the trend of embracing animal print as the new neutral.
Zuni, Navajo, Santo Domingo & More
Pottery from Zuni, Santo Domingo, Zia, San Juan, San Ildefonso and Navajo artists including Anderson Peynetsa, Dena Suina, Nancy Chilly, Marcellus Medina, Ra...
Sedona Arizona News, Articles, Stories, and Special Events
Gateway To Sedona publishes Sedona, Arizona news, articles, stories, and special events, including stories about the City of Sedona and local community.
Harris Hiatus by dittin03 on DeviantArt
This painting is for sale here: [link] Edit: This painting is now SOLD Here are some harris hawks exploring their desert. This unique feather painting i... Harris Hiatus
Native American and Southwest Art and Jewelry ? Turquoise Tortoise Gallery, Sedona
As one of the oldest and most acclaimed Sedona art galleries, we are located in the very heart of Sedona's famed Gallery District. We represent the finest Native American artists and jewelers, as well as Contemporary Southwestern artists.