Sunshine Reeves Jewelry

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  • Apache Blue Turquoise Belt Buckle by Native American Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $735-

    Apache Blue Turquoise Belt Buckle by Sunshine Reeves

    $735
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  • Native American Jewelry - Apache Blue Turquoise Belt Buckle by Navajo jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $750-

    Belt Buckle with Apache Blue Turquoise by Sunshine Reeves

    $750
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  • Turquoise Buckle - Sterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Belt Buckle

    Kingman Turquoise Belt Buckle by Sunshine Reeves

    $675
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  • BR9583 Sterling Silver and Multi-Stone Bracelet by Navajo artist Sunshine Reeves  $430-

    Sleeping Beauty Turquoise & Multi-Stone Sterling Silver Bracelet

    $430
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  • SOLD Sterling Silver Belt Buckle by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $365-

    Sterling Silver Belt Buckle by Sunshine Reeves

    $365
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  • Turquoise Bolo Tie - Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $795-

    Sunshine Reeves Bolo Tie with Kingman Turquoise

    $795
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  • Sterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Pendant by Navajo jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $295-

    Sunshine Reeves Kingman Turquoise Pendant

    $295
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  • SOLD Oval Sterling Silver Belt Buckle by Navajo jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $315-

    Sunshine Reeves Sterling Silver Belt Buckle

    $315
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  • Blue Ridge Turquoise Belt Buckle by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $720-

    Sunshine Reeves Turquoise Belt Buckle

    $650
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  • Wide Royston Turquoise Cuff Bracelet by Navajo jewelry artist, Sunshine Reeves $2,100-

    Sunshine Reeves Wide Cuff Bracelet with Royston Turquoise

    $2,100
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Sunshine Reeves Navajo Jewelry for Sale!

Our online inventory of hand-made jewelry by award-winning and highly popular Navajo jewelry artist & silversmith, Daniel ‘Sunshine’ Reeves.
Born in Twin Lakes, New Mexico (1966), Daniel’s nickname, ‘Sunshine’ was given to him by family members as a youngster because of his light colored hair. Sunshine Reeves didn’t begin silversmithing and jewelry-making until the early 1990’s, when two of his older brothers are credited with having introduced him to silversmithing and teaching him jewelry-making techniques. Sunshine Reeves is well-known for his distinctive Navajo jewelry, but expresses his creativity and displays his talent by applying his incredibly detailed stamp-work on a wonderful variety of other silver pieces as well.
Over many years, Daniel ‘Sunshine’ Reeves, his high quality Navajo jewelry, and his wonderful works of silver art have been recognized with numerous awards at every major show, including Best of Show at 1997 Santa Fe Indian Market and Best in Class in 1998.