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Simply Silver in a Perfect Place - Handcrafted jewelry with a southwestern American Indian flair. Necklaces, bracelets, and anklets are strung with liquid silver.
Skystone Creations - Manufacturers of authentic Navajo Indian silver jewelry.
Southwest Affinity - Original handcrafted southwestern jewelry made by Navajo silversmiths using sterling and natural stones. Many items signed by the craftsmen.
Southwest Country Gifts - Handcrafted Indian style strung jewelry using natural stone and sterling silver.
Southwest Expressions - Offering Navajo and Zapotec weavings, southwest jewelry and art.
Southwest Silver Co. - Offering Navajo crafted jewelry, turquoise watches and bracelets.
Southwest Traditions - Specializing in Hopi silver overlay jewelry.
The Brown Mouse Medicine Co. - Navajo hand-made seed bead jewelry and hand painted sandstone tiles.
The Silver Mesa - Offering southwestern sterling silver jewelry and accessories such as barrettes, mokume and stone bead bracelets, keyrings, and money clips.
The Turquoise Trader - Featuring southwestern silver and turquoise jewelry, and rings in Black Hills gold.
Touch of Turquoise - Native American jewelry and crafts such as sculptures, rugs and kachinas.
Traders Hitching Post - Dealers of fine handcrafted American Indian jewelry and art.
Tribal Offerings - Handcrafted jewelry made by Native American artists.
Tribe Azure Jewelry - Handcrafted art created by Navajo, Ron Henry. Collection includes bracelets, rings, pendants, belt buckles and bolos, using semi-precious stones.
Turquoise Turtle - Offering southwestern hand-crafted jewelry.
Ugly Otter Trading Post - Southwestern sterling silver and gemstone jewelry.
Whitewolf Creations - Native American style fetish necklaces, dreamcatchers and medicine bags.
Wolf Hawk Jewelry and Design - Jewelry and accessories in the flair of the southwest and with respect for ancient art and tradition.
Zuni by Harris - Handmade in the southwestern United States by Native American and southwestern artist.

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