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Bolos - Three to choose from Case 25A


Calvin Begay Navajo Bracelets Five bracelets plus two watch bands Case 5A
Calvin Begay Navajo Bracelets Five to choose from Case 5B
Calvin Begay Navajo Bracelets Four new here Case 5C
Calvin Begay Navajo Bracelets Four beauties here Case 5D
Bracelets Choose from 13 Navajo, Zuni, Hopi Case 12
Bracelets Choose from 14 exquisite pieces Case 18
Bracelets Six lovely choices on this page Case 20
Bracelets Nine choices from Navajo, Zuni, Isleta & Hopi Case 21
Bracelets Six bracelets from Navajo, Kewa (Santo Domingo) Case 22


Crosses Collection


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EarringsCase 23G
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EarringsCase 23J
EarringsCase 23K
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EarringsCase 24
EarringsCase 24A
Navajo Earrings - Calvin Begay Case 24B
EarringsCase 24C
EarringsCase 24D
EarringsCase 24E
Navajo Earrings - Calvin Begay Case 24F
Navajo Earrings - Calvin BegayCase 24G
EarringsCase 24H
EarringsCase 24J
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EarringsCase 24L
EarringsCase 24M


NecklacesCase 2
NecklacesCase 2A
Calvin Begay Navajo NecklacesCase 5
NecklacesCase 6
NecklacesCase 6A
Santo Domingo NecklacesCase 6B
Navajo NecklacesCase 6C
NecklacesCase 8
NecklacesCase 8A
NecklacesCase 9
Fetish NecklacesCase 9A
NecklacesCase 10
NecklacesCase 19
NecklacesCase 19A
NecklacesCase 25
NecklacesCase 30
NecklacesCase 30A
Necklace SetsCase 15
Calvin Begay Necklace Sets - Case 15A


PendantsCase 1
PendantsCase 1A
Rick Tolino PendantsCase 1B
PendantsCase 1C
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3A
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3B
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3C

Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3D
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3E
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3F

Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3G
Calvin Begay Navajo PendantsCase 3H

PendantsCase 7
PendantsCase 7A
Mimbres-style PendantsCase 7B
Earl Plummer PendantsCase 7C
PendantsCase 14
PendantsCase 14A
PendantsCase 16
PendantsCase 28A




PinsCase 13
PinsCase 17


Pin/PendantsCase 4
Hopi Pin/PendantsCase 4A
Pin/PendantsCase 11
Navajo Calvin Begay Pin/PendantsCase 29


RingsCase 18A

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Tips for buying Native American Indian jewelry:
1) Never buy American Indian jewelry that you don't love and will not want to wear forever. Nothing is more depressing than living with jewelry that was purchased solely for investment gain that seldom materializes.

2) Shop around, but don't be swayed by price alone. An apparent bargain doesn't necessarily mean a good value. Make sure your seller offers authentic Native American Indian-made jewelry and not foreign imitations. Don't trust "Southwest-style jewelry" to be real Native American. Members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) are committed to the IACA authenticity and integrity codes. Other sellers may offer cheap rip-offs.

3) If you don't trust your dealer and its guarantees, don't buy. There are many reputable dealers to choose from. A good dealer in Native American Indian goods will allow you to return anything you are unhappy with in a reasonable period either for cash or credit. Ask your dealer what its policy is.

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