Created & signed by native artist Vincent Platero. "VJP” is the signature stamp that you will find on the handmade jewelry of Vincent Joe Platero, Sr. Currently a resident of Tohajiilee, New Mexico, Vincent grew up as part of the Navajo Edgewater and Black Streak Clans and learned his craft from his mother, Helen Chavez. Vincent was born in 1957, has his own family now, and a distinctive style that is recognized and respected in collector’s circles. Featured in galleries around the country, Vincent has also won awards at the New Mexico State Fair and the Denver Indian Market. His silverwork has been noted since the 1970’s, and he designs and creates a full range of jewelry. His sampler concho belts, many with traditional rug patterns, his dragonfly & butterfly pins, and of course his deep, strong stamp work are often what we associate most with Vincent’s striking and unique style.
Stamped Sterling Silver Earrings
Authentic, Native American Made
Created & signed by native artist. Harold Joe is a Dinè silversmith from New Mexico. His work is stamped H.Joe or HJ on smaller items. ...View full product details
Made by Santo Domingo artist Veronica Tortalita. Blue Gem Turquoise is considered some of the finest turquoise ever found and is of gem quality! These...View full product details
Purple Mojave Dream multi stone turquoise earrings with sterling silver bevel edge. Made by Native American Navajo artist Veronica Tortalita. Approximately 2” long.View full product details
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