We Buy & Sell Native American Sterling Jewelry

Zuni, Hopi, Navajo, and other tribes all developed distinct turquoise styles. For example, the Navajo created what is known as the “squash blossom” necklace style, which features a crescent-shaped pendant covered with turquoise beads. This style may have come from the pomegranate motif that the Spanish conquistadors brought to Mexico, but there is little evidence the Native Americans intended this design to represent that flower. This style was also adopted by the Zuni. Here at Tiquehunter Antiques, Jewelry & Coin were always looking to buy antique and vintage Turquoise jewelry. Call to set up an appointment for a free in store or home evaluation.