Authentic Native American Indian Jewelry & Beadwork for Sale
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COYOTE'S GAME HOLIDAY SALE
20% OFF all regular merchandise* including beadwork, silver, pottery, more. Sale ends December 12. The discount will show up in your shopping cart when you check out.
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Coyote’s Game offers authentic Native American Indian jewelry and beadwork made by skilled native artists and crafts people from tribes across the United States. Our specialty is Native American bead work. If you’re enchanted, as we are, by the dazzling colors and designs found in bead work, we invite you to browse our web site.
We offer a large selection of Native American bead hat bands, bracelets, necklaces, barrettes, earrings, hair accessories, belts, pouches and more. Shop for loomed hat bands made with seed and cut beads made by artists from different tribes.
Shop for earrings and necklaces made by nationally recognized Kewa-Creek-Seminole artist LeJune Chavez, as well as the unique beadwork of Canadian Three Fires Odawa artist Sharon Trudeau. Better known by her Odawa name of Waawaaskonenhens, Sharon uses Delica beads and bone hair pipe beads to create jewelry that makes a contemporary fashion statement.
Coyote’s Game is also proud to offer the work of award-winning Caddo (Hasinai)/Delware bead artist Yonavea Hawkins. Yonavea uses cut beads to weave traditional patterns into her loomwork for beaded belts, beaded hat bands and cuff bracelets. The work of tomorrow’s American Indian bead artists is represented by Navajo April Toledo, who won her first prize at the 2015 Santa Fe Indian Market.
A selection of sterling silver jewelry is for sale at Coyote’s Game—everything from silver bolo ties to earrings, bracelets and money clips. You’ll find Pueblo and Navajo pottery and Navajo blanket toys in our Other Native American crafts area.
A Calendar of Native American events and New Mexico rodeos are part of our web site, along with information on how Native American Indian crafts are made and what to look for when buying.
Plus, customer service with a smile.
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We keep our prices reasonable by buying directly from the artist whenever possible. Our reputation is based on experience and customer satisfaction, so that you can buy with confidence.
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