Wesellnavajojewelry in your local area. Wesellnavajojewelry that is certified authentic. Wesellnavajojewelry at the best prices in town. Wesellnavajojewelry that is handcrafted by authentic Navajo artisans. Wesellnavajojewelry that is forged from the finest silver in the Southwest. Wesellnavajojewelry that is inlaid with the most gorgeous, indigenous gemstones of the Southwest. Wesellnavajojewelry that captures the spirit and the culture of the Navajo tribe, the largest and most recognized Native American tribe in the United States.

Wesellnavajojewelry collected from private collectors that have been passed down from generation to generation as priceless heirlooms. Wesellnavajojewelry bought from authentic Navajo craftsmen, made with the same tools and practices used by their predecessors. Wesellnavajojewelry to the general pubic and to private collectors. We have a huge selection of rare and unique Navajo jewelry pieces. Our collection includes many highly valuable and antique pieces from the 1900’s.

We also stock a number of more modern and chic turquoise jewelry pieces. Wesellnavajojewelry is located throughout various cities in the American Southwest. Wesellnavajojewelry also operates an online purchasing site for our clients who are long distance. Wesellnavajojewerly takes great pride in all of the items that we offer for purchase. We go through a painstaking process to ensure the authenticity and value of our Navajo jewelry items. We take the authentication process of Navajo jewelry very seriously. We have even joined the Antique Tribal Arts Dealer Association or the Indian Arts and Crafts Board located at the U.S. Department of the Interior. These types of groups were established to prevent fraudulent artifacts, arts, and jewelry from being labeled as authentic, when in reality they are not.

These groups fight to protect the culture and customs of groups such as the Navajo. These groups also were put into to place to ensure that the Native artisans themselves benefit first from the craftsmanship of their people. The Native artisans such as the Navajo have often been the subject of mistreatment and the stealing of economic resources by fraudulent groups attempting to sell faux jewelry and art as authentic. The Navajo people have shared their silversmith and jewelry making skills for many, many decades.

The Navajo have a long love affair with jewelry making and the adornment of their bodies and clothing as statements of wealth and respect. The Navajo utilized the stones and materials around them and created small pieces of art in the silver and gemstone jewelry that they crafted with reverence for nature and their culture.