Southwest Jewelry - Twin Rocks Trading Post

By: Twin Rocks Trading Post  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Jewelry, Hopi Jewelry

At Twin Rocks Trading Post, Southwest Jewelry begins with ancient Puebloan stone-cutting techniques found in today’s Santo Domingo jewelry; stone inlay integral to contemporary expressions in Zuni jewelry; and silver techniques mastered by Navajo and Hopi jewelry artisans.  Southwest Jewelry also means not just turquoise, but high quality, dramatic, and diverse turquoise.  Top grade stones from the Bisbee, Demale, Carico Lake, Kingman, Blue Gem and #8 mines among others are translated into outstanding southwestern necklaces, bracelets, buckles, earrings and rings.  Beyond turquoise, we seek the finest in contemporary works using coral, sugilite, lapis, malachite, charoite, and a diversity of agates.

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Turquoise Jewelry - Twin Rocks Trading Post

A number of outstanding Native silver and goldsmiths such as Will Denetdale, John Begay Jr., John Yazzie, and Eugene Livingston bring to you true Native American turquoise craftsmanship in their individually designed jewelry treasures. We search far and wide for the best in natural Southwest American turquoise as well as fine quality specimens of Persian and Chinese turquoise.


Navajo Jewelry - Twin Rocks Trading Post

He is often credited with the emergence of Navajo silver jewelry, first by teaching his four sons and they in turn, teaching others in the newly formed Navajo Nation. Top Navajo jewelry artists pay homage to the techniques of the past while pushing into new expressions with exotic metals and stones gleaned from around the world.