Sacred Stone Gallery

Sacred Stone Gallery is the result of more than 30 years  travelling the Southwest of the United States, specially the so called Indian Country, meeting Native American Artists, Indian Traders and lots of nice people, that educated us in building up a collection of Indigenous Art.

We were lucky to spend time with outstanding artists like Tsosie and Mary Taylor, Cippy and his son Waddy Crazy Horse, Orville Tsinnie and his family, Allison Snowhawk Lee, Aaron Anderson the man with the big smile, Rueben Richards, Laurence Saufkie, Fidel Bahe, Vernon Haskie, Weaver Selina, Roy Talahaftewa, Cody Hunter and many more.

All pieces in our gallery are unique, one-of–a-kind, bought directly from the artists.

In a time, where mass-production and 24 hour shopping is business as usual, rare natural turquoise from small Southwest mines, some of them already closed, put in one-of-a-kind Native American artistic creations, turns out to a seldom seen rarity with everlasting value.

Please contact us, if you have any questions. We love to share the impressions how we got our native american artwork with our customers.

It is our pleasure to take care for shipping and insurance !

Special Prices

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Old Sandcast Royston Buckle by Unknown Artists
Old Pawn King Manassa Turquoise Bracelet by Unknown Artists
Pawn Oxblood Coral bracelet by Unknown Artists
Heavy Ketoh-Style Buckle by Allison Snowhawk Lee
Liz Wallace Morenci Bracelet by Liz Wallace
Spectacular Aaron Anderson Tufacast Buckle by Aaron Anderson
Sandcast Buckle with Lapis Lazulie by Ric Charley
Huge Fox Turquoise Bola Tie by Allison Snowhawk Lee
Ron Bedonie Price Winner by Ron Bedonie
Bernhard Dawahoya Buckle by Bernhard Dawahoya
Buckle with 9 natural highgrade Candalaria Turquoise by Terry Martinez
Extra Large Buckle by Cippy Crazyhorse
Morenci Stamp Bracelet by Jimmy Brown
Jay Livingstone Morenci Ranger Set by Jay Livingston
Fidel Bahe Ranger Set by Fidel Bahe