Native American Jewelry Hallmarks and Artists

Native Indian Jewelry Hallmarks

There are plenty variations of jewelry around the world, one of them that unique and artistic are Native American Jewelry. This article contains some artists of Native American jewelry and their Native American jewelry hallmarks. Here they are:

  1. First artist of Native American jewelry is Alvin Fuson. Alvin Fuson’s Native American jewelry hallmarks are Al Fuson Sterling or A Upside Down F connected together with Sterling and USA.
  2. Another Native American jewelry artist known as Alton Bedonie. Alton is famous for his award winning Turquoise Jewelry. Alton’s Native American jewelry hallmarks are AYB Sterling.
  3. Third Native American jewelry hallmarks are Times New Roman A. Cadman; it is belong to Andy Cadman who was started working with silver in 1989 when he was 23 years old.
  4. Next Native American jewelry hallmarks are Ganado. Ganado’s owner is Archie Ganadonegro who was started working with silver since 1984.
  5. Benjamin Piaso is the fifth Native American jewelry artist, his Native American jewelry hallmarks are B. Benjamin was taught by his father to silver smith in 1984.
  6. Bernard Peina is American Indian artist who owned Bernard Peina Sterling USA hallmark.
  7. Seventh Native American jewelry hallmark is owned by Cecili Ashley. Ashley’s Native American jewelry hallmark is CA.
  8. Darryl Becenti is also a Native American jewelry artist; the hallmark of her Sterling Silver Jewelry Hallmark is D with an Arrow on top.
  9. Darrell Cadman who was born in 1969 and the brother of Andy Cadman also owned a Native American Jewelry business. His Native American jewelry hallmark is D. Cadman / Ramshead.
  10. And finally the last Native American jewelry artist is Donavon Cadman with its Native American jewelry hallmark Cursive Donavon Cadman. Donavon Cadman began his silversmith career in 1991. He learned silver work from his brothers, Andy Cadman, David Cadman, and Sunshine Cadman.
Native American Jewelry Hallmarks

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