Native American Indian Jewelry

Jewelry has always attracted the women but not only; along the years both men and women wore jewelry side-by-side equality.

Native American Indian Jewelry

This jewelry had always been mostly hand made from the start until the end thus, creating the individuality of each piece in part.

Native American Indians wore jewelry mostly to bring good fortune upon themselves; their jewelry is mostly made from semi precious stones such as turquoise and quartz set in precious materials such silver or gold.

Crafting the jewelry was mostly done by men; women usually did the appliqué work on the meticulously worked pieces where delicate hands were needed.

Native American Indian jewelry is specific to each occasion apart; each ritual needs a different type of jewelry, which marks the specific occasion. Native American Indians strongly believe in destiny and the fact the precious stone can significantly change or influence one’s present and future.

The jewelry is created with these beliefs in mind, horoscope are read and birth dates are taken in consideration before created a piece of jewelry for a specific person; even today if you choose to acquire one such piece of jewelry you will first be required to make a few choices with regard to your birth date and so on.

It is always good to know that you are wearing something that influences the stars or anything for that matter to bring you luck; after all we need luck, anytime and all the time.

The Native American Indian jewelry is usually large and imposing with a lot of personality, it is unlike that the wearer will go unnoticed when wearing any such piece.

Visit a site or a local specialized store today and educate yourself in the fascinating art of this beautiful work; it is guaranteed that you will fall in love with the concept and the jewelry you see. You may even find a few pieces for your better half or he may find it himself should he be accompanying you.

Joseph Paige 2006

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