Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts has been a tradition in New Mexico for over 100 years, carrying only the finest Native American arts, including Zuni Fetishes, Navajo Sandpaintings, Pueblo Pottery, and Navajo Rugs.
Few pieces of jewelry are as enjoyable for the wearer since you can see a ring every time you look at your hands. Our collection of old pawn and historic Native American rings includes intricate Zuni stonework, Navajo silver, and Hopi silver overlay styles in addition to those from collectible jewelers such as Charles Loloma.
Welcome to The Best of Zuni. After 40 years as an itinerant trader, mainly buying and selling Native American art including Zuñi fetish carvings, Native American jewelry, vintage Navajo jewelry, Santo Domingo necklaces and other crafts, I am now for the first time offering my inventory and private collections to the public.
Most relevant, the Santo Domingo (Kewa) Indians are one of 19 Rio Grande pueblo tribes. In addition, they are descendants of the ancient Anasazi. Consequently, their reservation is located between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico, along the Rio Grande. Most noteworthy, these Indians create silver, shell and Turquoise Jewelry.
Authentic Indian Jewelry Since 1974. Since 1974, our Native American artists have perfected their handcrafted jewelry, pottery, and crafts and continue to pass on their secrets and skills to new generations. Our vault is filled with over 4,000 unique and extraordinary works, and new pieces are being added daily.
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You will find contemporary, antique, reproductions and a lot of signed designer pieces from Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, Santo Domingo and other Indian tribes. You will be mesmerized by the stories related to each sterling buckle, kachina doll, zuni fetishes, 1000s of charms, cuff bracelets, mosaic pendants and much, much more.
Navajo Nine Stone Sandcast Bracelet, c.1930. Navajo Petrified Wood Bracelet, c.1940. Navajo Row Bracelet, c.1950. Navajo Sandcast Bracelet with Turquoise Stone, c.1920-30. Bracelets. Worn by both men and women bracelets have long been a preferred form of jewelry. The earliest pieces were made from copper.