The incredible legacy of Native American jewelry lives on through the artists who continue to create these timeless pieces in the modern day.
(PRWEB) June 22, 2013
Native American Indian jewelry has become a fashion staple for many entertainment stars around the globe. While these traditional pieces have seen a surge in popularity in recent years, men and women have been adorning themselves in Native American jewelry since its creation nearly 9,000 years before the dawn of the Common Era.
Now, a new site dedicated to great history and tradition associated with these works of art has gone live.
“The tradition of Native American jewelry has carried on through the ages,” said NativeAmericanIndianJewelry.org spokesperson Genevieve Wittick. “It’s important to us to share this amazing history so the fire continues to burn bright.”
The incredible legacy of Native American Indian jewelry lives on through the artists who continue to create these timeless pieces in the modern day. Those behind the site highlight these artists as well as those that came before them.
The creators of the site also take an in-depth look at turquoise jewelry, beaded jewelry, silver jewelry and traditional and authentic jewelry symbols and designs.
“No two pieces of Native American jewelry are exactly alike,” said Wittick. “There is an extraordinary amount of time, effort and creativity that goes into handcrafting each piece and these amazing artists deserved to be honored and revered.”
The essays detailing the history of Native American Indian jewelry both past and present are accompanied by high definition photos displaying incredible Native American imagery. Wittick says this is done in another effort to honor the Native American people.
“As the years go by, it’s important that the story of the Native American people doesn’t fade in the annals of time,” said Wittick. “Tales of their success, triumph, struggle and strife most continue to be told so their reverence is never extinguished.”
For more information on the history, popularity and fashionable aspects of Native American Indian jewelry, please visit NativeAmericanIndianJewelry.org.