Lapis Jewelry

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  • Lapis & Gold Bracelet - 'Yei' design Lapis and 14kt Gold Cuff Bracelet by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Robert Taylor $4,200-

    14kt Gold Bracelet with Lapis by Robert Taylor

    $4,200
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  • EA5935 14kt Gold Earrings with Opal & Lapis Inlay by Navajo jeweler, Ray Tracey

    14kt Gold Earrings with Inlay by Ray Tracey

    $950
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  • Lapis Pendant - Sterling Silver & Lapis Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Artie Yellowhorse $665-

    Artie Yellowhorse Lapis Pendant

    $665
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  • BEAR Pendant - Medium-size Lapis Inlay BEAR Pendant by Native American jeweler, Peterson Chee $210-

    BEAR Pendant with Lapis Inlay (mid-size)

    $210
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  • Navajo Jewelry - Smaller Colorful Multi-Stone Inlay Belt Buckle by Jimmy Poyer $290-

    Belt Buckle with Multi-Stone Inlay by Jimmy Poyer

    $290
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  • Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet with Tufa-Casting, and Inlay (Coral, Lapis, Turquoise, Fossil Ivory) by Navajo jewelry artists, Phil & Fanny Bitsoi-Russell $1,250-

    Bitsoi-Russell Tufa-Cast Cuff Bracelet with Inlay

    $1,250
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  • Cross Pendant - Turquoise, Lapis, & Gaspeite Inlay Cross Pendant by Native American Indian jeweler, Pete Chee $160-New

    Cross Pendant with Turquoise, Lapis, & Gaspeite Inlay

    $160
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  • Lapis & Gold Bracelet - 14kt Gold & Lapis Inlay Cuff Bracelet by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $2,375-

    Gold & Lapis Inlay Cuff Bracelet

    $2,375
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  • Gold Bear - 14kt Gold Bear Pendant with Multi-Color Inlay by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $1,650-

    Gold Bear Pendant with Multi-Color Inlay

    $1,650
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  • Gold Teardrop Earrings with Multi-Color Inlay by Native American jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $895-

    Gold Earrings with Colorful Inlay

    $895
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  • Gold Native American Jewelry - Gold Link Bracelet with Turquoise & Lapis Inlay by Tim Charlie (Navajo) $2,650-

    Gold Link Bracelet – Turquoise & Lapis Inlay

    $2,650
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  • SOLD Gold & Lapis Inlay Link Bracelet by Native American Jewelry Artist, Tim Charlie $2,650-

    Gold Link Bracelet with Lapis Inlay

    $2,650
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  • Gold Earrings - 14kt Gold Turquoise & Lapis Inlay Earrings (Huggies) by Native American jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $1,325-

    Gold Turquoise & Lapis Inlay Earrings ‘Huggies’

    $1,325
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  • Native American Jewelry - Multi-Color Inlay Earrings (Teardrops) by Navajo jeweler, Tim Charlie $165-

    Inlaid Multi-Color ‘Teardrop’ Earrings

    $165
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  • BEAR Pendant - Multi-Color Inlay BEAR Pendant by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $275-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Bear Pendant

    $275
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  • Small Colorful Bear - Multi-Color Inlay Bear Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Pete Chee $115-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Bear Pendant (small)

    $115
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  • Multi-Color Inlay BEAR Pendant (medium-sized) by Native American Indian jeweler, Pete Chee $230-

    Inlaid Multi-Color BEAR Pendant (mid-size)

    $230
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  • SOLD BISON Pendant - Inlaid Multi-Color Buffalo Pendant by Native American jeweler, Charles Willie $255-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Bison Pendant

    $255
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  • SOLD Inlay Cross Pendant - Inlaid Multi-Color Cross Pendant by Navajo jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $159-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Cross Pendant

    $159
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  • Cross Pendant - Multi-Color Inlay Cross Pendant by Native American Indian jeweler, Pete Chee $165-New

    Inlaid Multi-Color Cross Pendant – Colorful Cross!

    $170
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  • Colorful Bracelet - Wide Multi-Color Inlay Cuff Bracelet by Native American jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $895-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Cuff Bracelet (Wide)

    $895
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  • Colorful Inlay Earrings - Multi-Color Dangling Post Earrings by Navajo jewelry artist, Pete Chee $225-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Earrings

    $225
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  • SOLD Inlay Jewelry - Multi-Color Inlay Earrings by Native American jewelry artist, Delphine Benally (Navajo)

    Inlaid Multi-Color Earrings – Dangling Posts

    $220
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  • BEAR Earrings - Multi-Color Inlay BEAR Earrings - Native American Indian Jewelry $175-New

    Inlaid Multi-Color Earrings (Bears)

    $175
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  • Native American Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Color 'Huggies' Earrings by Navajo jeweler, Charles Willie $265-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Earrings (Huggies)

    $265
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  • Native American Jewelry - Multi-Color Inlay 'HUGGIES' Earrings - Inlay Jewelry $240-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Earrings (Smaller Huggies)

    $240
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  • HORSE Pendant - Multi-Color Inlay HORSE Pendant by Native American Indian jeweler, Tim Charlie $215-New

    Inlaid Multi-Color Horse Pendant

    $215
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  • Inlaid Multi-Color Link Bracelet (Wider) by Native American Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $530-New

    Inlaid Multi-Color Link Bracelet

    $530
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  • SOLD Inlay Jewelry - Multi-Color Inlay Link Bracelet by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $440-New

    Inlaid Multi-Color Link Bracelet

    $440
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    Inlaid Multi-Color Link Bracelet (‘Wavy’)

    $465
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  • Colorful Pendant - Inlaid Multi-Color Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Delphine Benally $175-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Pendant

    $175
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  • Native American Jewelry - Multi-Color Inlay Pendant by Tim Charlie (Navajo) $150-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Pendant

    $150
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  • Native American Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Color Pendant by Navajo Indian jeweler, Tim Charlie $180-

    Inlaid Multi-Color Pendant (Diamond-Shaped)

    $180
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  • Inlay BEAR - Inlaid Multi-Stone BEAR Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Pete Chee $250-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Bear Pendant

    $250
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  • BEAR Pendant - Inlaid Multi-Stone Bear Pendant by Navajo jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $210-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone BEAR Pendant (mid-size)

    $210
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  • Native American Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Bison Buffalo Pendant by Tim Charlie (Navajo) $210-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Bison Pendant

    $210
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  • BUFFALO Pendant - Inlaid Multi-Stone Bison Pendant by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $245-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Bison Pendant – Inlay Buffalo

    $245
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone COWBOY BOOT Pendant by Native American jeweler, Pete Chee $105-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone COWBOY BOOT Pendant

    $105
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  • SOLD Inlaid Multi-Stone Cross Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $145-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Cross Pendant

    $145
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  • Larger Inlaid Multi-Stone Cross Pendant by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $230-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Cross Pendant (Large)

    $230
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Cuff Bracelet by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Charles Willie $375-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Cuff Bracelet

    $375
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Pendant by Native American jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $150-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Diamond-Shaped Pendant

    $150
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Open-Drops) by Navajo jewelry artist, Peterson Chee $215-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings

    $215
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Larger 'Huggies') by Navajo jewelry artist, Charles Willie $235-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Huggies)

    $235
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  • Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Smaller 'Huggies') by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $195-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Smaller ‘Huggies’)

    $195
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  • Inlay Jewelry - Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Teardrops) by Native American jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $135-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Earrings (Teardrops)

    $135
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  • Inlay Horse - Inlaid Multi-Stone HORSE Pendant by Navajo jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $190-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Horse Pendant – Larger

    $190
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  • Inlay HORSE - Inlaid Multi-Stone Horse Pendant by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Tim Charlie $190-

    Inlaid Multi-Stone Horse Pendant (Medium Size)

    $190
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Native American Lapis Jewelry for Sale!

Here is our entire online selection of Lapis Jewelry. Displayed in this section are all pieces of jewelry in which the featured stone is Lapis, as well as any pieces of jewelry that merely have Lapis accents.
Lapis Lazuli, more commonly known as just “lapis”, is a deep blue semi-precious stone that has been prized for thousands of years because of its intense & vibrant blue color. Lapis was among the first gemstones to be used as an adornment and worn as jewelry.
Lapis Lazuli consists mainly of diopside and lazurite. Lapis came about millions of years ago during the metamorphosis of lime to marble. The blue color comes from the sulfur content of the lazurite, and the excitingly beautiful flecks of ‘gold’ are actually iron pyrite.
Such a BEAUTIFUL blue stone, Lapis works with almost any skin tone, hair color, and almost any attire. Lapis Lazuli is one of the most versatile and popular gemstones in the world, and Lapis jewelry has shown extraordinary stability in the fickle and turbulent trends of fashion. We love hand-crafted Native American jewelry with Lapis, and we hope you do too!

Lapis Jewelry History

Lapis Lazuli was being mined in Afghanistan possibly as early as 7,000 BC. Still, to this day, the best raw stones come from the steep & extreme Hindu Kush mountains in NorthEast Afghanistan. Extracted from very inhospitable mountains by blasting and pick-axe, Lapis rocks are brought down into the valley during the summer months with the aide of mules. Lapis is also found in Chile, and Pakistan; and much smaller amounts of Lapis Lazuli can also found in Russia, Mongolia, Italy, the USA, and Canada. Today, most Lapis is still made into lovely jewelry!
This beautiful deep blue stone has been popular for thousands of years among the people of Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia, and Egypt (Lapis was used for the eyebrows on King Tutankhamun’s funeral mask (1323 BC)). At excavations of ancient burials & ruins in these areas, archaeologists have repeatedly found Lapis figurines, jewelry, and decorations among the grave furnishings.
Obviously the history of Lapis is VERY rich, and goes well beyond jewelry. Another example is how, at the end of the Middle Ages, Lapis Lazuli also served a great importance in Europe. Lapis was ground into a powder and made into ‘ultramarine’, the finest and most expensive blue pigment, to be used by the most skilled & influential painters of the Renaissance and Baroque,