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When it comes to authentic, artisan Native American jewelry, each piece is designed and handcrafted to be one-of-a-kind. Here are some of the latest arrivals at our favorite trading posts and galleries out West.

By row, from top: Seven Feathers multistone and spiny oyster shell heishi necklace by Delbert Crespin (Santo Domingo Pueblo), from Castle Gap ($895). Multistone and mother-of-pearl mosaic inlay earrings by Charlene Sanchez Reano (San Felipe Pueblo), from Wright's Indian Art ($450). Storyteller collaborative concho belt with silverwork by Melvin Francis (Navajo) and stonework by Bryan Tom (Navajo) from Perry Null Trading ($15,000). Lapis lazuli stamped silver teardrop cuff by Aaron Toadlena (Navajo), from Castle Gap. Circles on Edge sterling silver buckle with coral and turquoise by Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Northern Cheyenne) from Sorrel Sky Gallery ($2,800). Large post earrings with multistone inlays, beadwork, and rhinestones by Leroy Henry (Navajo), from Coyote’s Game ($110). Turquoise, mother-of-pearl, coral, jasper, lapis, and fossilized ivory five-bar cuff by Vernon Begaye (Navajo), from Wright's Indian Art ($1,100).

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