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One of the best day trips from Gallup would be a visit to Hubbell Trading Post in Ganado, AZ. This is about an hour and ten-minute drive from Gallup and takes you through Window Rock and over the summit, spectacular scenery. Hubbell Trading Post has attempted to let you take a step back in time to see how a post operated in the early 1900s.
Navajo silversmiths Carole & Wilson Begay made this beautiful naja pendant. The piece is inspired by those old classics found on the bottom of incredible squash blossom necklaces. It has been designed with those unique Navajo carved curves.
Award-winning Navajo artist Natasha Peshlakai learned the art of silversmithing from her legendary father, Norbert Peshlakai. Norbert uses lots of symbolism in his silver work, created by an amazing amount of stamp work. That style has influenced the art of Natasha.
Flowers bring joy and calmness. Award-winning artist Rebecca Begay incorporates them into her admired silver work. This perfectly sized rectangle pendant shows off a big silver bloom with a single piece of turquoise set above.
Rock hounds will go out into the rugged mountains of mineral rich Nevada and Arizona after a good rain and look for some unusual green or blues against the darken dirt. They get very excited when they see that wet turquoise shinning brightly against the brown.
This piece of turquoise is spectacular. The legendary Nevada rock is an amazing dark blue color with a fabulous tight black spider web matrix. Nevada has produced some of the best blue and black turquoise looks you can find, rocks like Lone Mountain, Indian Mountain, Number Eight and Lander are just a few.
Navajo silversmith Bo Reeves made this powerful silver and stone pendant. He has fashioned the silver to look like an Eagle and designed the piece with an arrangement of Navajo stamps. The silver has that rustic Reeves' finish that creates a true Native American look that will hang amazingly from stressed leather. In the center of the magnificent silver creature is a piece of Persian Turquoise.
The husband and wife team of Nancy & Ruddell Laconsello are known all over the world for their incredible mosaic inlay art. You will find their work in a variety of Native American art publications and the list of people who wear their wearable art even includes celebrities.
Young and talented Navajo silversmith Derrick Cadman made this stunning silver and stone pendant. Derrick learned from his father Andy Cadman and spent many hours watching his uncles Sunshine Reeves, Darrell and Donovan. His work has a really fresh energy and he is wanting to develop his own style.
Deep silver stamp work is a Navajo tradition. Navajo silversmith Calvin Martinez combines richly colored Kingman Turquoise and traditional style silver to make this beautiful piece. Eye catching deep blues sit against satin finished silver, which will look great hanging from leather or rope silver.
What a beautiful necklace and earring set. Navajo silversmith Sophia Becenti continues the long tradition of silver bead making. You will find she makes two different shapes of beads on this necklace and decorates the larger bottom beads with traditional stamp work.
This is a turquoise cluster masterpiece made by award-winning silversmith Ernest Roy Begay. You just don't see necklaces this big and full of quality stone, so when you do you immediately know it is something special.
Zuni artist Lorraine Waatsa made this gorgeous turquoise cluster necklace and earring set. She creates it in a style that was started by her grandparents in the early 1900s.
Navajo silversmith Kenneth Jones made this large blue turquoise stone squash blossom necklace. He has used a collection of Arizona's legendary Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, stunning nugget cuts. You will be blown away by the deep blue color of the stones, size and the rough character.