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  • Native American turquoise jewelry for all your occasions

    Accessorize your outfits in summer and winter with Native American turquoise...

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  • Dream catchers: where do they come from and how to use them?

    You've probably seen dream catchers in a gift shop, in magazines or on television. But do you really know where they...

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  • Amerindian symbols: Knowing and understanding the main symbols

    Native American tribes place great importance on dreams and symbols in their culture. Their use is perfectly...

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  • History and virtues of Amerindian turquoise

    Venetian merchants were the first to introduce and sell turquoise in Europe in the 17th century. This stone, then...

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  • The different tribes and their working techniques

    If Amerindian tribes still evoke so much fascination today, it is undoubtedly for their free and inspiring way of...

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  • Which turquoise ring to wear according to the morphology of your hand?

    How to choose the turquoise ring that will enhance your hand. What are the models that correspond to the different...

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  • How to clean and maintain your turquoise jewellery?

    All the HARPO advice to enhance your turquoise...

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  • How to clean and maintain your turquoise jewellery?

    All HARPO's tips for the best care and preservation of all your turquoise...

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  • Des colliers ethniques entre tradition et modernité

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  • The Squash Blossom

    One of the most characteristic jewels from the Southwest Indians. The “Squash Blossom” necklace...

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  • What type of pendant should you choose to match your outfit

    Wearing a pendant necklace set with stones gives a chic and elegant allure to your look, but how do you choose the one...

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  • Choosing a buckle to match your outfit



    The belt, after being carefully chosen, can be a beautiful fashion accessory. It is extremely...

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  • Wear your mocassins well

    Moccasins are shoes made with a great savoir-faire because they are entirely made by hand. Therefore it takes a lot...

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  • How do you choose a bracelet to go with your outfit

    Jewelry makes women all over the world dream! Since the beginning of time, women and men have looked to distinguish...

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  • How do you choose earrings to match your outfit

    Having pierced ears is a custom that dates back for centuries and most major ancient civilizations adopted this...

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  • How to choose a watch

    Useful year after year, the watch is no longer used only to tell the time, but has become an popular fashion...

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Selection of the month

    • Unisex One of a Kind piece. 
Ranger buckle (four pieces). Main buckle made in Tufa Cast technique (casted silver in a single-use volcanic stone mold). This ancestral skill gives a stylish rough and heavy finish look. Here the buckle is stamped and polished for a more plain look.
Navajo belt buckle in silver, for a leather width of 18mm.
Width of the buckle (in inches): 1,7
This belt buckle is made in Sterling Silver. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
THE LEATHER BELT IS SOLD SEPARATELY - Please contact us for more information. 
    • Unisex One of a Kind piece. 
Navajo rectangular belt buckle slightly rounded. Typical carved patterns and set Kingman turquoise (Arizona) in the center. 
Suitable for a leather width of 1,4Size (HxL) : 2 x 2,8 
This belt buckle is made in Sterling Silver. 
Belt buckle back in iron. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
THE LEATHER BELT IS SOLD SEPARATLY.For Leather Belts : please go to category Belts
    • Unisex One of a kind piece. 
Navajo belt buckle with Sleeping Beauty turquoises (Arizona) set in silver. 
Suitable for a leather width of 1,4Size (HxL) : 2,4 x 3This belt buckle is in sterling silver. 
Belt buckle back in iron. 
Proudly handmade in USA.  
THE LEATHER BELT IS SOLD SEPARATELY.For Leather Belts : please go to category Belts
    • Unisex Zuni bracelet, inlaid with Sleeping Beauty turquoise, black pen shell, coral and mother-of-pearl. 
    • Woman Cactus Flower Navajo bracelet with turquoises cluster. Needle Point process. 
    • Man Pueblo bracelet in Heishi beads. 
Heishi beads have a tubular shape. These ones are made in turquoise, white serpentine and black-jet. Length (in inches): 7,5Clasp in sterling silver. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
 
    • Woman Fetishes necklace. Animals carved in silver on Heishi silver beads string.
Length (in inches): 16This necklace, including its clasp, are in sterling silver. 
In a time when the Zuni tribe lived from agriculture and hunting, the hunters couldn't do with these amulets and would never forget to bring them during their expeditions. The fetishes assure benevolence of the soul. Each animal represents its spirit, its own inner force and protects its owner. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
    • Woman Fetishes necklace. Birds carved in stones (turquoise, pipestone, serpentine,...) on two rows of Heishi shell beads strings. Main pendant representing an eagle, incarnation of divine power. 
Length (in inches): 26,3Central piece size (Hxl) : 24mm x 25mmClasp in sterling silver. 
In a time when the Zuni tribe lived from agriculture and hunting, the hunters couldn't do with these amulets and would never forget to bring them during their expeditions. The fetishes assure benevolence of the soul. Each animal represents its spirit, its own inner force and protects its owner. 
Birds are symbol of freedom and lightness. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
    • Woman Liquid Silver chocker necklace with central Concho. Onyx mix and sterling silver tubular beads (Heishi).
5 strands. 
Liquid silver is a traditionnal Navajo work. Silver tubular beads (called heishi) are hand-strung together in order to create one or several strands. This gives a fluid aspect to the jewel, that makes think to silk or water running on the skin, explaining why the Navajos gave this name to this process. Setting and clasp in Sterling Silver.Length in inches : 11 1/2 with 4 adjustable chain.Concho diameter : 18mm.
Proudly handmade in USA.
    • Unisex Arrow Navajo earrings.
The arrow is symbol of protection. 
Size (HxL) : 2,8mm x 0,7mmThese earrings are made in sterling silver. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
    • Woman Navajo Earrings, Wild horse Turquoise set in silver
    • Woman Navajo earrings with inlaid Sleeping Beauty turquoise (Arizona). Size (HxL): 18mm x 6mm
These earrings are made in sterling silver. 
Proudly handmade in USA. 
    • Unisex Little Zuni fétiche. Unique piece. 
Ladybird in apple coral, black-jet and Sleeping Beauty turquoise eyes.
Dimensions (H x L x) in mm = 7mm x 23 x 21
In a time when the Zuni tribe lived from agriculture and hunting, the hunters couldn't do without these amulets and would never forget to bring them during their expeditions. The fetishes assure benevolence of the soul.Each animal represents its spirit, its own inner force and protects its owner.
Proudly handmade in USA. 
    • Unisex Little Zuni fetish. Unique piece. 
Bear carved in sandstone (Utah) with Sleeping Beauty turquoise eyes. A shell arrow head with mixed elements on it are linked around his back thanks to a tendon string, bringing him more power and protection.  
The bear symbolizes power, health and knowledge. 
Dimensions (H x L x l) in mm = 38 x 70 x 19
In a time when the Zuni tribe lived from agriculture and hunting, the hunters couldn't do without these amulets and would never forget to bring them during their expeditions. The fetishes assure benevolence of the soul.Each animal represents its spirit, its own inner force and protects its owner.
Proudly handmade in USA.
    • Unisex Zuni fetish. Unique piece. 

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