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Navajo and San Felipe artist Bryan Tom continues to evolve as an artist. The stones have begun to influence his silver and he is making those perfectly balanced pieces. Five turquoise stones decorate the classic ketoh design. Bryan uses a combination of green tinted Royal Web Turquoise along with sky blue Kingman Rocks.
ometimes it just all comes together perfectly. Talented Navajo artist Lester James is starting to make some of the best inlaid pieces we see. Lester first makes this comfortable carved band that has been designed with a nice tiered silver edge. He fills the lifestyle band with a puzzle of inlaid turquoise.
Everyone who has a passion about wearable Native American art should own a piece that they can wear daily. Navajo artist Aaron Toadlena specializes in those lifestyle pieces. His silver is made with those classic Navajo silversmithing techniques.
Navajo artist Anthony Skeets specializes in cluster work. He makes the big, bold, and beautiful. This great looking ring is made with vibrant cuts of red spiny oyster shell. Each stone is a perfect match and displays gorgeous shades of red.
The Cadmans make many great pieces of lifestyle silver. Darryl, Andy, Donovan and Sunshine Reeves are as good as anyone at creating lifestyle pieces of silver art. They draw on those old tourist creations that use lots of Native American symbolism to decorate the silver.
In the Navajo culture, life is suppose to be lived in balance, the beauty way or hozho. Navajo smith Dan Jackson was taught from the time he was little, like all Navajo children from a traditional family. He reflects on his childhood when making his gorgeous overlay rug style jewelry.
This eagle inspired ring is a stunning piece of wearable art. Navajo artist Edison Sandy Smith made this spectacular ring using his old style techniques. He uses a combination of his signature repousse bump outs and surrounds it with old time traditional stamp work. You will find the stamp designs work together to make the eagle. Edison styled a tapered band that will give you a very comfortable fit.
Navajo artists Vernon & Clarissa Hale love to use lots of color in their great pieces of handmade wearable art. This time they have had a little help from Zuni artist Lisa Tucson. She has contributed one of her fascinating inlay butterflies for the project.
Navajo silversmith Andy Cadman made this gorgeous silver and stone ring. He has decorated the mirror shined sterling silver stamped ring band with a classic American stone. Morenci Turquoise is a collector's favorite and this rock has great character.
Silver jewelry is lifestyle jewelry. Navajo artist Kevin Yazzie understands that connection between living life and his jewelry. You find Kevin doing many traditional designs.
Big silver and turquoise looks great on, and this wonderful handmade ring has both. You will find twelve pieces of sky blue Kingman Turquoise stones on this wide sterling band creation. Small silver drops surround the perfectly matched stones and really bring your attention to all the radiant blue American rocks.
Yes, another Cadman. Navajo silversmith Derrick Cadman spends most of his time helping his dad, Andy Cadman, with his silver.