Native American Jewelry is High on the List of Father's Day Gift Ideas

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Native American jewelry is an increasingly popular fashion choice and a unique Father's Day gift idea according to

Southwest jewelry and other American Indian fashion ideas are on the short list this year for unique and thoughtful Father's Day gifts. To mark the occasion, the online leader in Native American jewelry, SilverTribe is offering great deals on its huge selection of men's products.

"A keychain or money clip is a great Father's Day gift idea, one that says a lot more than a necktie or coffee cup," said SilverTribe. "For a real example of Southwest flair, check out our growing selection of turquoise and sterling silver watches and bolo ties."

SilverTribe carries a massive selection of Native American jewelry, Southwest jewelry and art and is known throughout the industry for low prices and fast, free shipping. With Father's Day coming up quickly, many people are looking for a gift that will be remembered and cherished for years to come.

The selection includes popular modern and traditional styles made by the Hopi, Zuni, Pueblo and Navajo tribes. Each tribe has its own styles and techniques that make every item a work of art.

"It's a Native American tradition to give gifts during special life events to show those close to you how much they are appreciated," said SilverTribe. "A beautiful belt buckle or bolo tie can be appreciated and passed down for generations."

The selection of men's Southwest jewelry and fashion accessories includes a massive selection of rings that feature turquoise, 925 stamped sterling silver and countless other examples of multicolor and multi-stone Native American jewelry.

For a limited time, SilverTribe is offering an additional 10 percent off the already-discounted price for anyone who signs up to become a Preferred Member. Find the right piece of Southwest jewelry for the father in your life today.

For more information about Native American jewelry, or to become a Preferred Member, log onto

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