A Closer Look at the Native American Bone Choker

A Closer Look at the Native American Bone Choker

Native American jewelry is a beautiful, versatile, and meaningful art form that has long been admired by cultures around the world. The handcrafted pieces are celebrated as relics of American Indian civilization, and the evolution of mass jewelry production has included them in modern day fashion and style. One of the most unique and traditional… Continue Reading

3 Native American Women Who Made History

3 Native American Women Who Made History

Native Americans have an illustrious and tragic history that has greatly contributed to the whole of American society. We’ve all heard the story of Sitting Bull or Pocahontas—or have seen the terribly inaccurate Disney films—but the list of historical Native American figures extends far beyond those few. American Indian women in particular have earned their… Continue Reading

Turquoise: The Sky Stone

Turquoise: The Sky Stone

We have used descriptions like “sky-blue,” “Robin’s egg blue,” “blue-green,” and “gray-green” to describe the color of the turquoise stone. The Native Americans have their own names for it: “the fallen sky stone,” “stone of sky,” “stone of water,” and “stone of blessings.”  Although there are as many Native American words for turquoise as there… Continue Reading

Kachina House is Celebrating their 15th Anniversary with 15% Off Every Item in the Store!

Kachina House is Celebrating their 15th Anniversary with 15% Off Every Item in the Store!

It’s been fifteen successful years since Toby Frank, Judy Frank and Patty Topel acquired the Kachina House in Sedona. Today they are Arizona’s largest distributor of Native American art and they’ve stocked the shelves this month to offer you the best selection ever! “We’re offering 15 percent off storewide to celebrate our 15-year anniversary. Native… Continue Reading