Made mostly of silver and turquoise, and crafted by the Navaho, Hopi, Zuni and some Pueblo groups, initially for themselves, then for trade. Most famous is the "squash blossom" necklace, which has a string of globular silver beads interspersed by flare-tip "blossoms" and an Arabic-influenced, crescent-shaped pendant in the center called a naja. (The Arabic influence came to the American desert via the Spaniards up from Mexico.) Most Southwest jewelry is much less fashionable than it was in the 1970s and early '80s when the market was at its peak; pieces that sold for thousands of dollars back then might only fetch a few hundred dollars today. One exception is fine jewelry made by the Navaho in the late-19th and early 20th Centuries, which remains very rare and collectible.
Jewelry (spelled jewellery in Britain) is articles of personal adornment, like rings, necklaces, bracelets, cuff links, and pins. Jewelry is made from metals (especially gold and silver), stones, glass, plastic, and other materials.
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