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Artist Spotlight: Torevia and Delbert Crespin

Artist Spotlight: Torevia and Delbert Crespin

  Working with and getting to know Native American artists is one of the most unique and fulfilling aspects of our business.  Some artists, such as this month’s artist spotlight pair, Torevia and Delbert Crespin, have worked with us from our humblest... Read more
Artist Spotlight: Eugene Mitchell

Artist Spotlight: Eugene Mitchell

  July’s Artist Spotlight focuses on a Navajo silversmith who has been creating since 1952 and doing business with Palms since 2002.  It is our great pleasure to introduce you to sandcast extraordinaire, Eugene Mitchell.   Navajo silversmith Eugene... Read more
Artist Spotlight: Orlinda Natewa

Artist Spotlight: Orlinda Natewa

  Known for her fish scale designs in mostly contemporary styles, Zuni silversmith Orlinda Natewa, our featured artist this month, embodies both tradition and talent.   Orlinda Natewa, born February 4, 1944 to Juanita and Lambert Homer, is a Zuni silversmith... Read more
The Native American Squash Blossom Necklace

The Native American Squash Blossom Necklace

The Native American squash blossom necklace, while a Native American creation, developed slowly and is deeply rooted in non-Native American Indian culture and history.     The main part of any squash (blossom) necklace, the crescent shaped pendant called the... Read more

Artist Spotlight: Ronald Chavez

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to our friend, Santo Domingo artist Ronald Chavez, who is best known for his beautiful slab and bead work. Born on April 20, 1958 to Rosalita and Remijio Chavez, Santo Domingo artist Ronald Chavez learned the craft of heishi... Read more
The Unique Art of Cochiti Pueblo

The Unique Art of Cochiti Pueblo

Every Pueblo in New Mexico has its own rich history, culture and artistic traditions, and Cochiti Pueblo is no exception. Many Cochiti Pueblo members make their living by selling their art, which includes pottery and jewelry like many other Pueblos. However, Cochiti... Read more
Make a Unique Statement with Native American Indian Jewelry

Make a Unique Statement with Native American Indian Jewelry

New Mexico is a unique state: our culture is a blend of western, Spanish and Native American Indian, specifically Pueblo and Navajo. At Palms Trading Company, our Native American Indian jewelry pieces are products of that unique blend.   Much of the jewelry we... Read more
Technique: Sand Casting

Technique: Sand Casting

At Palms Trading Company, you’ll find many beautiful examples of hand-made Native American Indian jewelry. Much of that jewelry is sterling silver that is made using one of two techniques: sand casting and tufa casting. Since we covered tufa casting in a blog in... Read more
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