Posts Tagged ‘Native American Indian Silver Jewelry’

Antique Indian Silver Jewelry

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Antique Native American Indian Silver JewelryAntique Indian Silver Jewelry – John and Dillon Hartman of Durango Silver Company have just completed a great new informational presentation on Antique Indian Silver Jewelry, we would like to invite you to come and check it out at Antique Indian Silver Jewelry.

This new presentation page on Antique Indian Silver Jewelry is part of an ongoing informational site that we are working on to educate you on Silver Jewelry from the Southwestern United States and our company, Durango Silver Company of Durango, Colordo USA. We intend to have a major collection of Silver Jewelry informational pages that we believe you will enjoy as well as having another great resource on Silver Jewelry.

Antique Indian Silver Jewelry is one hundred years old or older according to the Antique Guild and the trade. Vintage Indian Silver Jewelry is Indian Silver Jewelry that is 25 years old or older. So, with this being said Antique Indian Silver Jewelry is Indian Silver Jewelry that was made prior to 1911 which is 100 years ago when this document was written.

This informational page shows you examples of Antique Indian Silver Jewelry and gives you descriptive text explaining what you see in the photos shown, check it out!

Indian Silver Jewelry

Friday, July 1st, 2011

American Indian Silver JewelryAmerican Indian Silver Jewelry Information

We have just completed a great new page on Indian Silver Jewelry. This is a presentation page that shows you photos and gives you descriptive text regrading American Indian Silver Jewelry.

Native American Indian Silver Jewelry is fairly recent on world standards having been started by a Navajo Indian named Atsidi Sani around 1865. Atsidi Sani was a Navajo Blacksmith who learned how to work with Silver from the Spaniards who were in the area in search for Silver and Gold. Atsidi Sani learned the trade and then shared his knowledge with other Navajos shortly after. Indian Silver Jewelry quickly became popular amoung the Navajo people and then Indian Silver Jewelry became great trade items with other American Indian tribes and soon after to the white men.

We invite you to come and take a look at our educational presentation on Indian Silver Jewelry now!

Southwestern Indian Silver Jewelry

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Indian Silver JewelryAmerican Indian Silver Jewelry

Durango Silver Company has been in the American Indian Silver Jewelry business for nearly forty years now and we specialize in high quality Indian Silver Jewelry from the American Southwest. We have been active traders to the Navajo and Zuni Indians since 1972 and have supported their Indian Silver Jewelry trade in many ways.

We own five Turquoise mines in Nevada and have mined, cut and traded Turquoise to the Native American Indians of the Southwest to make their Indian Silver Jewelry with the use of our high quality American Turquoise gemstones. We have had our Trading Post located in Durango Colorado since 1976 where we have bought and sold Native American Indian Silver Jewelry since we began our business. We have been selling Indian Silver Jewelry on the Internet now since 1995 and we developed one of the first websites promoting the Native American Indians and Indian Silver Jewelry located at IndianVillage.com.

We invite you to come to DurangoSilver.com and see the Indian Silver Jewelry we ha