Oldest House Indian ShopBarrio De Analco Historic District215 E. De Vargas St.Santa Fe. NM email@example.comOpen 9:00 am - 6:00 pm every dayClosed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Jack Tom is a Navajo jeweler who works with gold and silver. He uses inlay, set stones, overlay, tufa cast, and sandcast to give traditional jewelry a contemporary enhancement. This intriquing look can be seen in his bolos, necklaces, pendants and concho belts. He collaborates with his wife, Mary Tom. Jack and Mary Tom are award winning jewelers. His work is found in various galleries and publications.
OldestHouseIndianShopBarrio De Analco Historic District215 E. De Vargas St.Santa Fe. NM firstname.lastname@example.orgOpen 9:00 am - 6:00 pm every dayClosed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Ric Charlie is a Navajo jeweler who creates unique contempory designs in gold and/or silver. He is noted for using the tufa cast method, with added colorful patinas, to make his jewelry. He also does mosaic inlay, channel inlay, set stones, as well as fabricated jewelry and applique jewelry. His work is featured in many galleries, collections and publications. He has won numerous awards.Ric was born in Tuba City, Arizona. He is from the Black Street Wood People, Edgewater Clan. He was educated at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. Ric Charlie is recognized as a top contemporary Navajo jeweler.