(PRWEB) September 06, 2013
Native Americans in the western United States started creating incredible jewelry just from the simple things they found in their day to day lives. They took things such as wood, bones, stones, rocks, and shells and transformed them from something small and dull into something beautiful.
Today, these pieces are some of the most beautiful works of art in the world, and a new website is shining the spotlight on wholesale Native American jewelry.
“The uses and various types of Native American jewelry are astounding,” said WholesaleNativeAmericanJewelry.com spokesperson Jennifer Thompkins.
The most commonly worn wholesale Native American jewelry typically uses turquoise. Turquoise is most often set in silver and worn in necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, and rings.
“Although anything with turquoise is probably the most well-known type of wholesale Native American jewelry, there are many other popular choices,” said Thompkins. “Necklaces and belt buckles made from hand-hammered silver, hand-strung silver bead necklaces, and delicate shell necklaces are just a few popular things that can be found.”
There are certain types of jewelry that are preferred because of the rich history and culture that they are relevant to and thus tell a story. One such style is Native American beaded jewelry.
“This is because Native Americans have used beads to adorn headdresses, jewelry and even clothing as means of both decoration and storytelling,” said Thompkins. “The strong and rich history associated with Native American beaded jewelry has made it a fashion staple for decades; even throughout modern times.”
Thompkins adds that it’s possible to easily dress up or down any outfit simply by donning Native American beaded jewelry.
“Native American beaded jewelry can be worn day or night and that makes it one of the most sought after styles simply because it looks good, works for everyone and can be used to bring a pop of color and charm to anything you wear,” said Thompkins.
For more information about wholesale Native American jewelry, please visit WholesaleNativeAmericanJewelry.com.