The Museum of the Fur Trade is proud to carry works by some of the finest American Indian jewelers, potters, and painters. A wide variety of beadwork and quillwork by Lakota, Cheyenne, and Arapahoe artists is also available. Many are one-of-a-kind.
The Museum Shop also carries unique silver jewelry by noted artists Cippy Crazy Horse, Ernest Begay, Virgil and Shirly Benn, Zuni, Heidi BigKnife, Anita Big Crow Begay, Calvin Martinez and Kee Yazzie Jr.
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A Hopi style storyteller bracelet with a pueblo scene. It is sterling silver and a 14K gold de..
Tulsa jewelry-maker, Heidi BigKnife, Shawnee, often displays her whimsical side in the unique p..
This beautiful necklace features handmade square and teardrop iridescent abalone beads with polished..
By Gusterman Silversmiths. Hammered texture sterling silver with 14K gold design. Each earring..
Amerman is an enrolled member of the Choctaw tribe of Oklahoma. A graduate of Whitman College in Wal..
Earrings with bronc rider detail made by Lakota artist, Carmel Runnels. ..
Navajo artist Melvin Francis is known for his beautiful inlaid designs This pair of earrings feature..
Artist Calvin Desson is a multi faceted and mostly self taught Artisan. His early day..
Cuff bracelet done in the style of Charles Loloma by Herman Smith, an innovative Navajo artist. This..
Navajo artist Natasha Peshlakai began making jewelry at the age of twelve. Her first piece, a p..
These beautiful reversible earrings are sure to match any outfit with turquoise and coral stones. De..
This two strand bracelet features turquoise and coral stones with a pendant in the center. The pende..
American Indian beadwork Lakota artist Michael Running Shield creates this fully beaded bracelet. It..
With his distinct, three-dimensional geometric style Navajo silversmith Bennie Ration, from the..
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