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Collection: ERICKA NICOLAS BEGAY

Indian jewelry by ERICKA NICOLAS BEGAY , a Navajo female artist born in 1995 .
Her work was by no means popular at the time during the American frontier in the 1800s.
Made lightly and delicately to sell Indian jewelry as a souvenir
Influenced by "Fred Harvey style".
All works are made with ingot silver by hand from melting silver , sticking to the original Native American way of thinking, history and traditional way of making .

Indian jewelry by ERICKA NICOLAS BEGAY, a Navajo woman artist born in 1995.
Her works are made of Indian jewelry, which was not common in the pioneer days of the 1800's in the United States.
Her jewelry was made light and delicate to sell as souvenirs in the 1800s.
Her work is influenced by the "Fred Harvey style," in which Indian jewelry was made light and delicate in order to be sold as souvenirs during the pioneer days of the 1800s.
All of her pieces are made of ingot silver, which is handmade from the process of melting the silver, sticking to the original Native American way of thinking, history, and traditional production methods.

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