Featured in magazines and editorials worldwide, Vicki Turbeville’s Southwestern Jewelry features the finest hand-crafted Native American jewelry.
Southwestern Jewelry's heart is in Big Sky country. Vicki fell in love with the art and landscape of the American Southwest while hiking through the mesas and red rocks with her children. Her professional background is rooted in editorial design and the arts, and she combined this expertise with her appreciation for Native craftsmanship to found Southwestern Jewelry over 20 years ago. She continues to handle all aspects of her business and personally selects each piece.
Hand crafted from semiprecious stones—turquoise, coral, jet, and lapis lazuli—and traditionally set in sterling silver, Native American jewelry is the original American art form. Southwestern Jewelry's collection made in the United States from start to finish, from mining to polishing, never imported.
The vintage collection, dating from the 1920s to the 1970s, comprises styles traditional to the American Indian tribes of the Southwest, including Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni. Our pieces feature techniques like petit point, Zuni inlay, Hopi overlay, ingot, pueblo bead necklaces, jacla, thunderbird, and sandcast and collectible pieces by prominent artisans including Morris Robinson, Fred Thompson, Alice Quam, Fred Harvey, Dishta, Kenneth Begay, Leo Poblano, Fred Peshlakai, Ambrose Roanhorse, and the C.G. Wallace collection.
The contemporary collection collection features pieces by today's most sought-after artists: Cody Sanderson, Jennifer Curtis, Craig Agoodie, Albert Lee, Clendon Pete, Gibson Nez, Charles Loloma, Doris & Warren Ondelacy, and Olin Tsingine.
If you are interested in selling a collection, please contact us.
Visit Southwestern Jewelry in Redondo Beach, California, where we share a space with Steve Nelson's Mountain Lion Trading Post, a long-established purveyor of Native art and artifacts.
Visit us at:
304 Vista Del Mar Suite A
Redondo Beach, CA 90277