Allison Lee Jewelry

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  • SOLD Turquoise Bolo - Large Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Allison Lee $3,600-

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Allison Lee

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Allison Lee Jewelry for Sale!!
Our inventory of jewelry made by exceptional & Award-Winning Navajo jewelry artist, Allison Snowhawk Lee.
Allison Lee creates many different types of jewelry: necklaces, rings, earrings, bolo ties, concho belts, and bracelets. Allison mostly uses sterling silver, but occasionally 14kt gold, and sets it with high-quality turquoises, coral, or other semi-precious stones. Mr. Lee is proud to hand fabricate his jewelry work from start to finish. His hand-crafted jewelry is always of exceptional quality, and include some of the highest quality natural stones.
Allison Lee attended boarding school until the 8th grade. It was there he was given the last name Lee because they could not translate or properly pronounce his Navajo name. His middle name, Snowhawk, was his grandmother’s name. Allison Lee became involved in jewelry-making in a school art class, making his first simple pieces of jewelry at age 12. When he was 14 years old, Allison was asked by his mother to make a silver ring with a Turquoise stone. He made the ring well and his passion for jewelry-making began. Allison Snowhawk Lee has been recognized with numerous prestigious awards for his jewelry for many years.