native american jewelries

Bella & Chloe jewellery // Meadowlark // Fall ’15 lookbook
Photographer: Bliss Katherine
Muse: Amber Wilson
Styling: Free People / Cointrelle


Rings and bracelets from the Glittering World exhibition of jewelry by Lee A. Yazzie (photos 1, 4, 5, and 8) and his son, Raymond C. Yazzie (photos 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, and 10). From top:

  1. Black turquoise corn bracelet set with coral, opal, and gold
  2. Gold and opal ring with coral, lapis lazuli, jade, and turquoise inlay
  3. Coral cuff with opal, sugilite, lapis lazuli, and turquoise inlay
  4. Gold and lapis lazuli bracelet
  5. Coral corn bracelet
  6. Gold, turquoise, and coral ring with sugilite and opal inlay
  7. Silver, coral, and turquoise cuff with opal, lapis lazuli, and gold inlay
  8. Turquoise and gold ring
  9. Silver cuff inlaid with coral, lapis lazuli, turquoise, and gold
  10. Turquoise Blessings bracelet

More corn-related posts here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Robert Spangle

“One thing I really have come to appreciate about the fashion world is its stateless embrace of culture. I love how you can find so many different nationalities embracing so many different cultures through dress, all under the shared creed of fashion. Seeing so many people’s excitement over Paulo Roldan’s mix of Japanese shibori, African batik, and Native American jewelry, all in the heart of Milan, was very gratifying.”