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The Navajo learned the skills to make jewelry from Mexicans and the Anglos. Early tools and designs reflected those cultures, not their own.
The Navajo learned the skills to make jewelry from Mexicans and the Anglos. Early tools and designs reflected those cultures, not their own. Interestingly, native Americans did not have access to silver until well into the 20th century, and instead used raw metal, including brass and copper, as well as Mexican pesos and American dollar coins. In the late 1930s, traders brought in silver for Indian artists and silversmithing roughly dates back to this period.
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A Navajo silversmith from Skystone Creations fashions jewelry from Sterling Silver.

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Sterling Silver is fashioned into Navajo pendants, necklaces, earrings, rings, bolas, bracelets, and watch tips.

Sterling Silver is fashioned into Navajo pendants, necklaces, earrings, rings, bolas, bracelets, and watch tips.

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