Order Toll Free: 1-888-223-7056
Shop By Category
Shop By Material
Gold Jewelry
Platinum Jewelry
Silver Jewelry
Diamond Jewelry
Tungsten Jewelry
Titanium Jewelry
Cobalt Jewelry
Ceramic Jewelry
Stainless Steel Jewelry
CZ Jewelry
Gemstone Jewelry
Pearl Jewelry
Shop By Price Range
$ to $
Shop By Availability
Ships within 1 to 10 business days.
Shop By Gender
Mens Jewelry
Womens Jewelry
Shop By Brand
Benchmark Rings
Dora Rings
On Sale
Gift Ideas
What's New
Newsletters & Offers
Subscribe to Our Newsletter and get your 10% Coupon Today.

Like Us on Facebook
Contact Now!
Order By Phone
Toll Free:
Hours: 10am-4pm PDT M-F
Email Us
Check out with PayPal and choose Bill Me Later. Subject to credit approval. See Terms.
Native American Wedding Bands
Browse Wedding Bands

In the past, Native American products such as Native American wedding bands were all handmade by specialized craftsmen that had learned the trade as a family business. For example, Native American clothing was made by tailors, shoes by a cobbler, and pots made by a potter. These trades were handed down generation to generation. With most Native American wedding bands for men and women, you will find that this traditional process has stayed the same.

Most Native American wedding bands incorporates onyx, malachite, and most importantly: turquoise. Turquoise or dootlizhii (meaning blue or green), symbolized prosperity and wealth and was often through to protect the wearer. Pale blue turquoise will turn dark green over time, but turquoise that starts out green will usually remain the same color. Popular patterns and themes vary from tribe to tribe and may include tribal rug patterns or animals that are indigenous to the region.

How can I be sure my Native American wedding bands are authentic?

The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 prohibits any seller to falsely advertise that their products are authentic Native American merchandise. Anyone who falsely suggests that their merchandise is Native American is subject to pay hefty fines and even jail time. You can verify that a retailer is authentic by contacting the Arts and Crafts Act link above.

Southwestern Native American Wedding Bands:
  • Navajo - Navajo craftsmen often use a stampwork technique. This technique requires great skill, otherwise the impression may be too deep. Navajo silversmiths use a lot of turquoise and silver in their work and incorporate tribal rug designs.
  • Hopi - Hopi are known for the overlay technique through cutting a design in a sheet of silver and soldering it to another sheet. This process can be very time consuming and involves carefully sawing out the design, then oxidizing the background back.
  • Zuni - A popular method of the Zuni is to create many grooves into the wedding band which are then filled with tiny stones such as turquoise.

Browse Wedding Bands
Shop Now For:
Gold Bracelets
Gold Chains
Gold Necklaces
Men's Bracelets
Men's Chains
Wedding Rings
Gold Rings
Men's Bands
Men's Rings
Stud Earrings
Dangle Earrings
Golden Huggies
Animal Earrings
Gold Hoops
Gold Charms
Men's Gold Charms
Charm Necklaces
Charm Bracelets
  • Let's Connect Here
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Google+
    • Pinterest
Fine Jewelry
Gold Jewelry
Diamond Jewelry
Silver Jewelry
Tungsten Jewelry
Titanium Jewelry
Customer Service
30-Day Returns
Contact Us
Track Your Order
International Orders
Canada / Europe / Asia
Click for the BBB Business Review of this Jewelers - Retail in Los Angeles CA SecurityMetrics for PCI Compliance, QSA, IDS, Penetration Testing, Forensics, and Vulnerability Assessment bill me later
Engagement Rings Wedding Bands Jewelry Men's Jewelry My Account Contact Us Help
Affiliate Program Privacy Policy Jewelry Glossary Terms of Use Site Map
Copyright © 1998-2014
Powered By Nox Enterprise Commerce
Subscribe To our Newsletter for these Benefits:

Your FREE newsletter and coupon are just moments away.
Sign up now by entering your email address and interests below.

You can unsubscribe at any time with one click. We NEVER sell or share your email address with anyone. Period.

Like Us on Facebook