Newly-Launched Website Focuses on History, Popularity of Wholesale Navajo Jewelry

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The new website WholesaleNavajoJewelry.com takes a special look at the rich tradition and history associated with Navajo Indian Jewelry.

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Navajo Indian jewelry is among the most noticeable and iconic style of Indian jewelry available.

Navajo Indian jewelry is among the most noticeable and iconic style of Indian jewelry available. There is so much flare and beauty to Navajo Indian jewelry, but the history goes deeper than just that bracelet being worn.

Now, a new website is exploring the rich history of wholesale Navajo Indian jewelry.

“Navajo Indian jewelry did not begin as the flashy, radiant pieces as we know them today,” said WholesaleNavajoJewelry.com spokesperson Wendy Clarkson. “The history of the works of art is as beautiful as the pieces themselves.”

According to Clarkson, Navajo Indian jewelry has become an increasingly popular choice for accessorizing. In most cases, the jewelry is highly affordable, thus lending itself to be a more common pick for the masses as opposed to precious jewels and platinum. It also has a vintage feel, which raises its popularity.

“Though the jewelry is commonly worn on red carpets around the world, its affordability makes it possible for fashionistas on any type of budget to purchase it,” said Clarkson. “Its versatility also lends itself to fit a vast array of personal styles.”

Originally, Navajo Indian jewelry was used to show and accumulate wealth. Today, Navajo Indian jewelry is an easy way to accessorize any outfit. The jewelry comes in many forms, such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, belt buckles and more. One of the most well-recognized pieces is the vibrant squash blossom necklace.

“Navajo pieces are very easy to wear in any given situation,” said Clarkson. “The vivid coloring and large scale also draws a fair amount of appeal.”

For more information about the history, uses and popularity of wholesale Navajo jewelry, please visit WholesaleNavajoJewelry.com.

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