Top 12 Unique Native American Inspired Gifts
For more than 35 years, we’ve made it our priority to visit artists in their studios or homes to purchase their latest handcrafted pieces and learn about their work. We have developed lasting relationships with artists, as well as dealers and collectors, and we take pride in being a trusted destination for Native American Art and products that celebrate the spirit of the Southwest.
This holiday season, we’ve developed this list to help you find the perfect gift to celebrate American Indian Art with everyone on your list.
Gifts For Her...
The turtle is an important creature to many Native American cultures, including the Pueblos of New Mexico.
Celebrate the lady in your life with these earrings that are a reminder of the care we must show—and respect we must give—our home, Mother Earth.
The watch tips of this cuff watch are handcrafted from sterling silver and blue turquoise by Navajo artists, and feature a highly detailed applique design.
With a sterling silver cuff bracelet band, you get the style of a high-end bracelet with the functionality of a watch.
Zuni Pueblo weaver Aric Chopito shares his recent creation with this apron that makes the perfect gift for the chef on your list. It's the perfect way to add a touch of the Southwest to your kitchen!
Gifts For Him...
Created through the traditional Zuni Pueblo jewelry technique of needle point, the design features a cluster of red coral stones accented with sterling silver roping and beading. This timeless bolo is a wearable piece of art sure to complement any wardrobe.
This highly dimensional piece with fine attention to detail is beautifully created, showcases movement within its form, and is a striking representation between traditional and contemporary elements, which is typical in Ethelbah’s work. With a Sunface on the top, an arrow on one side, and a rattle on the other, this sculpture embodies elements of Pueblo culture and would be an extraordinary addition to your collection of fine art.
The carved pipe bowls are created from Minnesota pipestone, various alabasters, soapstone, and basalt. The stems are made from juniper cedar which offers a unique cedar aftertaste.
The gift for the man who has it all, this piece can be a treasured piece of art or used as a functional pipe.
Inspired Gifts for Kids...
Give the gift of knowledge with this book that has more than 50 hands-on activities, games, and crafts that explore the diversity of Native American cultures and teach children about the people, experiences, and events that have shaped Native American History.
We're proud to offer fine, handcrafted moccasins based on traditional designs and boot making techniques of Southwestern Native Indians. These moccasins by Desert Son are comfortable and durable, unlike most moccasins on the market today. With sizes 2-12, this is a great gift!
In Native American culture, stories play a vital role and are often used to teach lessons to children and adults alike. Gift this gift of Sister Rabbit and her adventures—and pair it with our puppets for a fun, interactive storytelling session!
Share your love of American Indian Art with anyone with these gifts...
Songs are an important element within Native American culture, with the drum seen as the “heartbeat”. In the early 1960's, Mescalero Apache musician, A. Paul Ortega created an iconic sound that forever revolutionized the landscape of Native American music. Two Worlds Three Worlds is a celebration of culture and a must-have for every collection.
Native American people believe strongly in the medicine that we get from the animal spirits. The spirit of an animal teaches us lessons about life that we need to learn.
Gift this gift as a symbol of strength, courage, healing, and protection.
This weaving by award-winning artist Angelina Yazzie is a wonderful gift that showcases breathtaking patterns and stunning artistry. A celebration of an art form developed in the late 19th century this unique piece is not only a one-of-a-kind piece of art, but is also a celebration of this prized art form.