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  • Artisan Spotlight: Turquoise Moon

    Monday, December 4, 2017 - Sunday, December 10, 2017
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 12/04/2017 9:00 AM 12/10/2017 5:00 PM America/New_York Artisan Spotlight: Turquoise Moon

    Artisan Spotlight in The Museum Store
    December 4 – 10, 2017

    Turquoise Moon is based in Santa Fe and offers authentic handmade jewelry featuring Native American artisans from the Southwest. This native-made silver and turquoise is available for a limited-time only. All the pieces are handcrafted in America from native turquoise and precious metals.

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon has been in the American Indian arts and crafts business for 26 years.  They opened their first gallery on the East Coast near Washington DC in 1991.  After twelve years, they followed their hearts West and relocated to the Colorado Rockies where they operated for another ten years.  Through the years Turquoise Moon has developed countless relationships with Native artists, silversmiths, stone dealers, artists coops, dealers and traders.  Today they are located in Santa Fe, New Mexico traveling the country supplying galleries, boutiques, specialty shops, and museum stores like The Rockwell Museum with a wide variety of high quality, authentic American Indian jewelry, and other arts and crafts.

    The Rockwell Museum, 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY 14830

    Artisan Spotlight in The Museum Store
    December 4 – 10, 2017

    Turquoise Moon is based in Santa Fe and offers authentic handmade jewelry featuring Native American artisans from the Southwest. This native-made silver and turquoise is available for a limited-time only. All the pieces are handcrafted in America from native turquoise and precious metals.

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon

    Turquoise Moon has been in the American Indian arts and crafts business for 26 years.  They opened their first gallery on the East Coast near Washington DC in 1991.  After twelve years, they followed their hearts West and relocated to the Colorado Rockies where they operated for another ten years.  Through the years Turquoise Moon has developed countless relationships with Native artists, silversmiths, stone dealers, artists coops, dealers and traders.  Today they are located in Santa Fe, New Mexico traveling the country supplying galleries, boutiques, specialty shops, and museum stores like The Rockwell Museum with a wide variety of high quality, authentic American Indian jewelry, and other arts and crafts.