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Native American Vintage Jewelry

Shop our men's and women's Native American vintage jewelry. For over a hundred years, the Native American people have fashioned beautiful Native American jewelry using the best quality sterling silver, stones, and polished shells. We have a wide selection of decorative styles that bring out the beauty of each stone with intricate native designs. A large portion of our stock of our vintage jewelry is also adjustable, allowing for the perfect fit for any wrist. You are bound to find your perfect match with one of our Native American turquoise bracelets and cuffs.

Shop our Vintage Native American Jewelry

Find your favorite style of vintage Native American jewelry for men or women and show the world your spirit of the Southwest. No matter the style you're going for, we are here to make sure you’ll always find something to take your jewelry collection to the next level. Come see why our customers trust us to provide the best value of vintage Native American jewelry.

If you’re searching for vintage Native American jewelry, look no further than Dragonfly Native American Jewelry. We specialize in selling handmade jewelry from Native American Indian nations of the Southwest region.

We at Dragonfly Native American Jewelry have a large selection of quality vintage pieces. Take your time and enjoy shopping at our online store, and you will see why we are the online leader in Native American jewelry!

Vintage Native American Turquoise Jewelry

Turquoise jewelry has been made by Native Americans of the Southwest since approximately 1860. Vintage turquoise jewelry has become highly collected and sought after for many years. There are many different types of vintage Native American jewelry, all with unique designs.

Antique Native American turquoise jewelry has been created by several different tribes throughout the years. The Navajo Indians were the first to start crafting turquoise jewelry in the early years and as it became more popular near the turn of the 19th century when the Zuni Indians began making their style of turquoise jewelry. The Santo Domingo Indians of the Rio Grande Valley were making turquoise bead necklaces early on (pre-1860) and were trading them to the Navajo as well as in Santa Fe.

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Have questions? Our customer services will be happy to assist you with all your questions regarding any of our jewelry pieces. Please give us a call at (540) 222-4997 for assistance.

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