Old Santa Fe Jewelry
Eugene Justus’s sweetheart, Sharon Voges, also makes available beautiful Southwestern jewelry for sale on this web site. Sharon has been collecting Southwestern jewelry for over 30 years, as well as making it herself. Her jewelry is designed for those who share her love of sterling silver, turquoise and other semi-precious stones.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, has long been one of Eugene and Sharon’s favorite cities to visit and enjoy. It is a magical place, established in 1620, with a long history of jewelry made by the finest Native American artists of the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and other nations. Sharon has purchased a number of her jewelry pieces directly from the artists on their reservations in New Mexico and Arizona, as well as the leading trading posts throughout the region. She has also attended the Tucson Gem Show, which is the largest in the world, and the Marin Indian Art show in the San Francisco area. At those events she meets with leading native American artists, Southwestern jewelry dealers, owners of turquoise mines and other suppliers, to purchase the best materials to make her own jewelry.
If you share Sharon’s love of Southwestern jewelry, please feel free to contact her – click here if you would like to purchase the jewelry featured on his web site, or to have her create a custom designed piece just for you.
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Please feel free to contact Sharon directly by using form below if you are interested in some of her existing pieces or desire custom made jewelry.