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Garland’s Indian Jewelry. Garland's Indian Jewelry is Sedona, Arizona's premier Native American Jewelry and Art Gallery. Renowned throughout the Southwest as one of the finest displays of Native American jewelry, Hopi Kachinas, Pueblo pottery, baskets, paintings, and sculpture, Garland's represents the best American Indian artists in the business.
Garland's Indian Jewelry 3953 AZ-89A Sedona, AZ Jewelers. Welcome to Garland's Indian Jewelry Sedona, Arizona's premier Native American Art Gallery. Renowned throughout the Southwest as one of the finest displays of Native American jewelry, Hopi Kachinas, Pueblo pottery, baskets, paintings, and sculpture, we are proud to represent the best American Indian artists in the business.
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Garland's Indian Jewelry. The use of earrings dates back to prehistoric times, when beads were strung and tied through a pierced earlobe. Metal hoop earrings were common among Plains Indian Tribes and the Navajos likely borrowed the idea. The arrival of the Spanish brought new earring forms and Navajos soon developed silver wire earrings solder