Weryackwe Tie Co.

Made with wool broadcloth in the background and neckline. Satin appliqué designs with custom stitching in coordinating colors. Beadwork is placed on top, bottom, and throughout the entire piece. Embellished with gold, silver, or black spots. Each Tie is a one of a kind handcrafted piece. Wearable Art acceptable in….

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Red Berry Woman

Red Berry Woman is a fashion line that incorporates Native American traditional garment styles into contemporary couture garments and ready to wear for both women and men. RBW was created by Norma Baker-Flying Horse, an enrolled member of the Hidatsa tribe and a member of the Dakota Sioux and Assiniboine….

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Cedar Hill Long House Native Art Prints

Since 2011, our mission is to inspire curiosity and enjoyment by connecting a global audience to the originality and diversity of Northwest Coast Native Art. Our Location – The Northwest Coast Our office is located in Victoria, British Columbia on beautiful Vancouver Island, just west of Vancouver, and north of Seattle…..

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Bineshi Ikwewag

We honor and celebrate our Anishinaabe culture! Our designs and items we sell are deeply rooted in our culture but have a contemporary flair. We want all people to purchase and enjoy what we have to offer. We are strong believers in cultural appreciation and love seeing people wear our….

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Turquoise Mafia

Yá’át’ééh (hello), and welcome. My name is Elvira. I’m Diné (Navajo) my clan is Bįįh bitoodnii (Deer Spring). Making jewelry has been a significant part of my life. My grandmother taught me how to make jewelry from a very young age. Some of my earliest memories are sitting under a….

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S.T.I.L.L. SHE LIVES

Mikenzi is an Indigenous mother/wife belonging to the Diné & Sandia Pueblo tribes. A full time creator/founder to her business S.T.I.L.L. She Lives & H.E.R. Medicine. She creates, designs & handcrafts her own jewelry, clothing & accessories. S.T.I.L.L. She Lives Specializes in multi-cultural inspired, hardship driven, one of a kind….

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Matagi Fine Art

Matagi Sorensen (Yavapai-Apache) is a contemporary artist who creates hand fabricated and lost wax-cast jewelry. His designs are sleek and modern and draw from traditional motifs rooted in his Yavapai Apache heritage.

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Wampum Moon

Native cape codder, aspiring mermaid. Making mini murals & modern hieroglyphs. Inspired by my culture, my environment & my experiences. And anything shiny! ER nurse.

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The Littlest Inuksuk

The Littlest Inuksuk Inc. is a woman owned, Indigenous business that celebrates rich northern culture, and Inuit Pride. Promoting northern culture in a way that is empowering is a priority for us. Our culture has survived colonialism and we have a beautiful culture that should be celebrated and shared. Inuit….

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Jayde Micah Designs

I am an Anishinaabe artist and beadworker from Atikameksheng Anishinawbek, currently, i’m living on the unceded and unsurrended territory of the Algonquin in ottawa, on. My goal with jayde micah designs is to explore traditional Indigenous art forms, such as beadwork, quill work, painting, etc. to help reinvigorate and revitalize….

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Massing Bird Jewelry

Onkwehón:we hand crafted extremely light weight clay jewelry. Each pair of earrings is created with love and a good mind for everyone to style.

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Greybeard Metalsmithing

Alica has quickly ascended to the ranks of a world-class metalsmith. While dabbling in the arts her entire life, it was not until she raised her children that she fully pursued this passion, beginning with a jewelry-making class at Haywood Community College. Wildcatt kept taking classes with teacher/mentor Greta Lutman,….

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