Native American Indian jewelry

Navajo-Maidu-Washoe


Native American earrings,
wires, sterling silver, with
heart-shaped cutouts

.2" long ex. wires
Please note size; photos are not porportional.

by Liz Wallace


Liz Wallace is a Native American
jeweler of Navajo, Maidu and
Washoe heritage.
She was raised in California,
where she began making jewelry
at a young age.
She now lives in Santa Fe, NM.
Her work has ranged from
contemporary, formed silver to
more adenturous
explorations of silver
and gem-quality turquoise.
She was a SWAIA fellowship
award winner in 2009.
Her work has been offered at
Wheelwright Museum
of the American Indian,
where this pair of earrings was
acquired at auction.


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