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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This item is a reproduction of the Snake Side Plates which are the trademark of Northwest..
This bracelet is the work of Alex Sanchez, a Navajo silversmith who has developed into an award winn..
Gertrude Zachary was a true visionary. It was her amazing sense of grace and her style that put her ..
Tonya Rafael is a jeweler and designer from New Mexico. Her sterling silver jewelry is accented with..
Artist: Melvin Francis, Navajo
Wide cuff bracelet measuring 2.5" diameter with an opening of 1.2..
Sterling silver bracelet with a feather design...
These earrings are handcrafted by Jennifer Jesse Smith. They are sterling silver with Sleeping Beaut..
An expert in the
techniques of tufa casting and overlay, Rangel's creations are bold and rugged.
An expert in the techniques of tufa casting and overlay, Rangel's creations are bold and rugged.&nbs..
Inlaid owl clip earrings...
Multicolored. Earring hangs 2" from wire hook to bottom...
Large sterling silver earrings with coral stone. Little less than 2 inches long and very lightweight..
Multi-colored dangle earrings. ..
Navajo jewelry maker Tommy Jackson was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 20, 1958. A full-blooded ..
This beautiful bracelet was made with silver and Mata Ortiz pottery shards and is a one of..
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