Stone(s) Used: Natural Turquoise. Artist will make the item as close as possible.
Authentication Documents: Original Certificate of Authenticity. All of our items are crafted by hand, please allow. All photos are stock photo and even-though our Native American artists are doing their best to make the items as close as possible to the photos, but since stones are coming from Mother Nature and items are handmade, we cannot guarantee any stone color, shade, matrix or size and it can vary depending on the availability at the exact moment of receiving your order. We also offer the following resizing services.
All custom or modified orders are final and no-returnable. Capturing the voice of the indigenous people. Loma Siiva has its origins in the Hopi Language. The literal translation is Good Metal. This refers to the artistry and craftsmanship you find in all our creations.
Fine creations with high attention to detail are the cornerstones of Loma Siiva. LomaSiiva is dedicated to helping Native artists make a living through their talent; protecting the artistry associated with the various tribes and educating the public about authentic Native American art. Our pieces are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).The COA includes the artists name, tribal affiliation and the SKU number so you may search your item through our website. Our goal is to offer economic opportunities to Native American artists and to share with the general public the history and stories of Native America. By creating artwork that is reflective of the culture and traditions of the Native American people we are able to offer our Buyers the opportunity to share in the rich Native American heritage. Designs using turquoise, silver, copper, brass and nickel are shaped by hand and created from scratch.
An artist will take a plate of metal cut it to size, embellish it with the selected designs, insert the proper stones and finish with a beautiful luster. We guarantee the stones and material used in the piece.For example, to the casual observer silver and nickel look the same but, silver is a precious metal where nickel is not. Most of our work is in silver however, if a piece is made from nickel we will disclose that fact. We verify the tribal enrollment of our artists. This allows us to issue a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) which documents the artist and their tribal affiliation. It is against Federal Law to depict yourself as an artist of a specific tribe if you are not an enrolled member or a certified artist of that tribe. By creating a relationship with the artists we are able to create a relationship with our Buyers.
Bridging the societies of differing ways of life. Native American jewelry can be worn and cherished in the hustle and bustle of city life. It may also offer a reminder to the wearer of the philosophies of the Native American people. Thus creating a larger dialogue for all people. The COA, guarantee of materials used, relationships with artists and the general public while telling the stories associated with the designs is a reflection of our philosophy of creating an economic opportunity for and an education about Native American people.
Our online store shares information on our artists it also houses our compliance library which has information on various topics of interest. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to future business with you. As the #1 wholesaler of Authentic ONLY Native American jewelry in the U. We are honored to design and represent the art-crafts created by the following Native American artists.
Robert Little, Thomas Singer, Jameson Pete, Charlene Little, Roie Jaque, Ben Taylor Riggs, Genevieve Jones, Mae Peshlakai, Filmer Lalio, Sam Curtis, Shenan Begay, Allison Manuelito, Karen McCray, Jeremy Crank, Cynetta Smith, Amaro Roanhorse, Howard Dennis, R. Tsinnij, Leroy Kaye, James, J.
Begay, Darren Pooyouma, Francisco Franc, Flo Chamema, Jay Woody, Paul Hama, E. Elia, Stewart Austin, Delores Little, Adel Morgan, Ronald Honahai, Effie Calavaza, Leroy James, Emer Thompson, Thomas Begay, Erwyn Milford, Alaric Polequaptewa, Carolynn Nez, Chris Roanhorse, Randall Dalgai, Ronnie Martinez, Gene Martinez, Jimmy Yellowhair, Gordon Lewis, Stacy D. Kabinto, Arnold Yazzie, Rocky Little, Frank Armstrong, Natalie Dedman, Ray Begay, Verna Mae Blackgoat, Albert Lee, Jimmy Patterson, Rosita Singer, Warren Kasuse, Sherry Blackgoat and many more..All of our products will be delivered with an Original Certification of Authenticity card, identifying the Native American artist who made the item along with their Tribal Affiliation and items identification. Please note that irregularities and variations in craftsmanship, stone characteristics, or internal inclusions, visible or otherwise, in stones are unique and individual to each item. These characteristics are considered as part of the character of the item, and should not be considered a defect. We are from Arizona, and our showroom is located in the heart Historic of Old Town Scottsdale. Please feel free to contact our local support team with any questions. Return is not available for custom orders (if the item is altered, modified or made just for you).
Please contact our support team for any questions regarding our wholesale program. For Expedited orders, the cut-off time is 1:00PM (MST). These charges are the buyers responsibility. We are doing our best to describe every item as best as we could, please note that all mines, materials or stones are named based on our sole judgment and without using any geologist or laboratory test, mostly according to their color and texture. We will not be able to guarantee any stones name and origin or the mines name.
Just a small amount of different minerals in a stone can change the color or even the stones name. Even-though we do our best to identify the materials used as accurate as we can, but we are not able to assume any responsibility. Therefore you are purchasing our merchandize not based on the stone, material or mines name mentioned in the listings and solely based on their beauty and the fact that they are crafted by Native American artists. We would like to be honest with all of our customers, we are hoping that you understand this common fact and help us keep supporting our local Native American artists.The item "$250Tag Certified Silver Navajo Turquoise Native American Necklace 750222" is in sale since Tuesday, February 12, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants".
The seller is "susanhoag-wlx" and is located in Scottsdale/Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Kuwait, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Iceland, Macao, Peru, Monaco, South africa, Bermuda.