Unveils a Unique New Collection of Navajo Art

Share Article proudly launches the release of their new collection of Navajo jewelry and art for Native American Heritage Month.

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That’s what makes this new release so exciting, it has to be one of the biggest our company has ever had, as well as the most diverse.

Native American Heritage Month is a time of celebration and appreciation for Native culture. From their early contributions in the foundations of this country to the new and inspiring art that is being made by contemporary Native artisan. Within these inspiring actions of expression and cultural sharing, people across the country will take in the Native history and contributions in a way they have never seen before.

To honor this holiday, is launching a new collection of Navajo jewelry and art. The team at, in addition to providing some of the most high-quality Southwestern jewelry on the market, is also known for their work with the Native American community as well. Their latest release is the culmination of hard work and artistic creativity that surpasses all expectations the company had. The spokesman of the company, Chris Anderson, released a statement as well.

“We didn’t really expect to expand our collection to such an extent at the beginning. At each milestone of the project we just kept getting ahead of schedule and there was a great rhythm with the artist we represent as well. That’s what makes this new release so exciting, it has to be one of the biggest our company has ever had, as well as the most diverse.”

Among the new collection of jewelry, people can expect to find traditional and even contemporary designs that express the Navajo culture. Where before the site featured one of the largest collections of turquoise jewelry (and still do), now they have expanded to feature more precious gems in the familiar styles of the Navajo artists they work with.

Their collection features stunning coral necklaces, pitch black onyx earrings, and even intricately designed silver pieces that use inlay techniques to reflect Navajo culture and express deep meaning. The new collection also promotes a colorful array of pieces that Anderson believes will match any wardrobe and be the highlight of any event.

Anderson and his team at encourage anyone to visit their store and see these unique artist-designed pieces that simply can’t be found anywhere else.

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