Native American beads were found through excavations of Eastern sites dated over 2000 years ago. This shows that jewellery making amongst some American Indian tribes is a very old craft, however it has changed dramatically over time.
New Native American designs came into use in the last 100 years. Most Native American jewellery produced in the 20th century was made by the Southwest tribes of Hopi, Zuni, Navajo and Rio Grande Pueblo people.
Odisya works with a small number of Navajo Native Americans for intricately detailed hand crafted leather and bead bracelets, suede fringed bags and beaded earrings.
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