New Website for Lovers of Authentic Native American Jewelry Launched

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The world of authentic Native American jewelry is rich with incredible history and creativity which makes collectors swoon.

A new website offers an in-depth look at authentic Native American jewelry. Collectors and lovers of Native American artisan jewelry can now visit in order to get the latest news and resources on shopping for pieces, as well as general articles and information regarding jewelry appreciation.

"Authentic Native American jewelry is hot right now," says website spokesperson Mary Flynn. “Every day, the website is inundated with requests from jewelry collectors and admirers who are interested in learning the history and traditions behind various pieces of artisan jewelry. The world of authentic Native American jewelry is rich with incredible history and creativity which makes collectors swoon.”

People are drawn to Native American jewelry for many reasons. Some people are fascinated by ancient pieces which have been discovered over the years, while others are interested in the pieces being put out by the current Native American artisans who are putting a modern twist on ancient familial and cultural traditions.

When people visit they are able to read from an authoritative source on authentic Native American jewelry. The site is committed to providing resources regarding both collectable pieces as well as contemporary pieces. In a modern age when there is so much disposable costume jewelry available, many people are drawn to the eternal qualities which authentic Native American jewelry holds.

"What we feature on the website are true artisan pieces which were created by human hands using methods that date back centuries," says Flynn. "When we're talking about artisan jewelry, there is no such thing as just a pretty design. We are talking about artists who have carefully and meticulously chosen every gemstone and woven every single inch of a particular piece in order to convey a story or some deep truth about the human experience."

The website allows visitors to digest thousands of years of artisan practices in a series of articles and features which highlight some of the most fascinating historical facts about authentic Native American jewelry. You don't have to be a collector of artisan pieces to be able to appreciate the passion and detailing that goes into a single piece of Native American jewelry.

"All are welcome," says Flynn. "No matter if you are a serious collector, someone looking for information in order to share with students, or if you're just an amateur jewelry maker looking for some visual inspiration, the website is a source for everyone."

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