Collection: Vintage Pendants

When someone assigns the name vintage to any native american Indian jewelry what they are saying is that this jewelry was made between the years 1850 and 1970. The first jewelry made by American Indian silversmiths were bracelets, belt buckles, and squash blossom necklaces. While vintage necklaces are complete, they contain both the necklace and a pendant I do not consider them vintage pendants; rather vintage pendants are those that can be added to an existing turquoise, silver, or gold necklace and freely swapped from one necklace to another. This option is actually quite interesting for it gives you the opportunity to easily change the look of your jewelry by swapping both pendants and necklaces. If you see a vintage pendant that costs a bit more then you can afford simply put it on lay away there are no extra charges for that privilege.

4 products

  • Boyd Tsosie Silver Feather Pendant

    Regular price $65.00 USD
    Sale price $65.00 USD Regular price
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    Boyd Tsosie Silver Feather Pendant ! 3/4" long We have a few left. They were original made for a necklace that never materialized. Beautiful. Ready to...

  • Gem Kingman Turquoise Pendant on a Silver Crochet Necklace

    Regular price $275.00 USD
    Sale price $275.00 USD Regular price
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    Gem, Kingman Turquoise Pendant set on a Handmade Silver Crochet Necklace. It was made Circa 2000 by the mother of one of our great silversmiths... perhaps...

  • Vintage Zuni Eagle Pendant / Pin

    Regular price $3,250.00 USD
    Sale price $3,250.00 USD Regular price
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    Vintage, Ceremonial, Zuni Eagle Pendant / Pin Handmade by Bobby and Corraine Shack One of a Kind, Highly Collectible Made in 1978 - Signed and Dated on the reverse side...

  • Boyd Tsosie Gold Turquoise Feather Pendant

    Regular price $1,450.00 USD
    Sale price $1,450.00 USD Regular price
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    Boyd Tsosie Gold Turquoise Feather Pendant Boyd Tsosie, Navajo Made Circa 2000 - New - Stored in a vault all these years This is a one...