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We only offer the finest selection of sterling silver rings, watches, pendants, necklaces, and more at great prices. We even offer concho belts for women, belt buckles for men, and antique “Old Pawn” jewelry that’s guaranteed to please.
NOTE: A portion of the proceeds from each sale goes directly to the Native American artisan.
Native American culture runs deep, especially in tribal designs and silverwork. If you’re looking for a taste of southwestern style, look no further than our beautiful selection of Native American jewelry and accessories. We offer only the most beautiful and top-quality rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, as well as pendants, watches, and bolo ties. Our collection even includes concho belts, sterling silver belt buckles, and “Old Pawn” antique jewelry. Complete the perfect outfit for special occasions, or simply include these stunning pieces to your everyday wear.
"...TribalShowcase.com exists to increase your awareness of the rich diversity of Native American arts and crafts and Native American Culture, and to help you acquire Native American pieces, either for yourself, or as gifts for those you love..."
QUALITY - Each and every work of genuine Native American art is hand-crafted, carrying with it the artist's own unique style. Your investment, however small, will increase in value over time.
UNIQUENESS - All Hand-crafted items are truly unique! These amazing Native American artisans are using their personal vision and style that are both modern and yet rich in culture and tradition.
PRICE - Tribalshowcase.com offers less than wholesale pricing on almost every item. Our items are affordable AND authentic!
SUPPORT - YES, your investments can be a bridge between the hope of the future and a tribute to the past. By investing in genuine Native American art, you can build such a bridge.
I have always loved history, especially American History, starting with looking at the pictures in National Geographic, growing up knowing of an Iroquois ancestry to graduating from Penn State in Anthropology/Archaeology. There's more on the About Me blog page!