Native Pendants and Necklaces in Silver, Gold, Argillite and Wood
Pacific Northwest Coast Indigenous Artists are famous for their beautiful designs and fine jewelry. These high quality authentic native pendants are made of silver, gold, wood, argillite and semi-precious stones. Traditionally Native West Coast American Jewelry was used in ceremonies, potlatches and everyday life to represent wealth and high standing.
Native Pendants Today
Increasingly West Coast Native Artists are combining different materials for their authentic native jewelry, like wood, ivory, bone, copper, argillite, shell, cedar bark, beads, feathers, amber, turquoise, leather, silver, and gold to create beautiful and original native masterpieces. The following native pendants are mainly inspired by Haida, Coast Salish, and Kwakiutl or Kwakwaka'wakw traditions. All jewelry that we offer, that is made of or with the unique black stone called argillite, is original Haida argillite jewelry.