Native Indian Jewelry from Haida, Kwakiutl, Coast Salish and Other First Nations

By: Spirits Of The West Coast  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Jewellery, Native American, Indian Jewelry

Pacific Northwest Coast Native Artists are famous for their beautiful designs and fine jewellery. High quality rings, bracelets, earrings and pendants made of silver, gold and argillite are highly valued and collected by native and non-native people. Native American Jewelry is becoming more and more popular with national and international buyers and collectors.

Increasingly West Coast Native Artists are combining different materials for their authentic native jewelry like wood, ivory, bone, copper, argillite, shell, cedar bark, beads, feathers, amber, turquoise, leather, silver and gold as well as other semi precious stones, to create beautiful and original native masterpieces. Traditionally Native American Indian Jewelry is used in ceremonies, potlatches and everyday life to represent wealth and high standing. All our Native American Jewelry is authentic and made or designed by Canadian West Coast Native Artists. All jewellery made with the unique black stone called argillite, is original Haida argillite jewelry. The following jewellery is mainly inspired by Haida, Coast Salish and Kwakiutl or Kwakwaka'wakw traditions.

  • By Marcel Russ, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $810.00

  • by Darrell White, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $4,800.00

  • by Chris Russ, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $1,400.00

  • by Marcel Russ, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $500.00

  • SOLD by P. J. Ellis, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $99.00

  • SOLD by Darrell White, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $4,900.00

  • SOLD by P. J. Ellis, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $160.00

  • SOLD by P. J. Ellis, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $160.00

  • by Marcel Russ, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $3,500.00

  • SOLD by Ron Russ, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $1,800.00

  • by Chris Cook, Kwakwaka┬┤wakw ( Kwakiutl ) Native Artist
    Price: $135.00

  • by Richard Krentz, Coast Salish Native Artist
    Price: $60.00

  • by Richard Krentz, Coast Salish Native Artist
    Price: $58.00

  • by P. J. Ellis, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $99.00

  • by Derek White, Haida Native Artist
    Price: $3,490.00

  • by Richard Krentz, Coast Salish Native Artist
    Price: $48.00

  • by Richard Krentz, Coast Salish Native Artist
    Price: $120.00

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Indian Jewelry, Jewellery, Native American,

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