Handcrafted artisan jewelry from and inspired by the American Southwest, including vintage and contemporary styles. Est. 1974 | Santa Fe, New Mexico.
We are a family owned business supporting a global community of artisans, employees, and valued customers. Through timeless design, our jewelry evokes the story of our Native and American heritage.
Since 1973, we have channeled the vibrant and untamable heart of the Southwest to create stunningly unique sterling and turquoise jewelry.
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Today is Indigenous Peoples' Day, a day to recognize and celebrate the Native peoples of America. Here in New Mexico, there are 23 Indian tribes - 19 Pueblos, three Apache tribes, and Navajo Nation. As a community, we are proud to support Indigenous designers from many of these tribes, and beyond. Swipe through to "meet" just a few of the Native artisans we work with. Their names and tribal affiliations listed below:
-Alice Lovato, Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo
-Calvin & Pilar Lovato, Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo
-Karl Kee Nataani, Navajo Nation
-Dave Chavarria, Santa Clara Pueblo
-Wyatt Lee-Anderson, Navajo Nation
-Jennifer Curtis, Navajo Nation
-Jennifer Medina, Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo
-Trent & Kyle Lee-Anderson, Navajo Nation
-Elvira Bill, Navajo Nation
Meet Nomad, Peyote Bird’s collection of limited edition rings and pendants featuring top-line, stunning, semiprecious stones. Each stone has been hand picked by our design team at markets around the world, and each setting has been designed specifically to highlight the unique qualities of each stone. Shop the collection at the link below!
The earliest turquoise mine in the United States is thought to be in Cerrillos, New Mexico - just 20 minutes south of Santa Fe! And evidence of turquoise jewelry has been found in Chaco Canyon (also in New Mexico) dating back to 900 A.D.!
Shop our vintage collection at peyotebird.com 💙
POLL: What's your favorite gemstone (besides turquoise)?? 💎 Coral, lapis lazuli, and carnelian are some of our favorites!
Shop this colorful Outpost collection at 50% off at outpost.peyotebird.com
Jay Alvarez wears our Lovato Heishi Bracelet in the cover shoot for GQ Russia September issue.
Pilar and Calvin Lovato are a husband and wife pair from the Santo Domingo Pueblo. They specialize in Heishi beads, which are thinly sliced shell and stone pieces that are then sanded to create smooth, seamless-feeling patterns. Shop Lovato Heishi jewelry at the link below!
Stylist: Seppe Tirabassi
We've heard that walking into the Peyote Bird showroom can feel like discovering your very own treasure chest... and we're now offering private appointments! Head to peyotebird.com/appointments to book yours! 💫
Amber + Turquoise: the perfect pair for fall. Known as nature’s time capsule, amber is fossilized tree resin and contains remnants of life on earth from millions of years ago. Shop this collection at Peyote Bird Outpost: outpost.peyotebird.com
A modern take on a classic bridal look, featuring all Peyote Bird Designs jewelry 💞💍
Shop online at peyotebird.com, or get in touch to find jewelry for your special day.
Mixing old & new is always in style... ✨
Have you visited our Outpost site yet? You can score contemporary styles, like this necklace, bracelet, and ring, at heavily reduced prices. outpost.peyotebird.com
Top notch turquoise, from both our vintage collection and contemporary artisans, are on sale through tonight! Take 20% off site-wide with code SUMMER20. Head to the link below to shop!
End of summer flash sale! Take 20% off site-wide now through 9/14 with code SUMMER20 🌞 peyotebird.com
Dreaming of Santa Fe days? Wherever in the world you may be, you'll get a dose of classic Southwestern style in this new Peyote Bird Outpost collection. We've pulled together a few of our favorite bold turquoise styles - available to you at 50% off, as always. Head to the link below to shop!
Concho belts are some of the most beautiful displays of Native American craftsmanship! 😍 they get their name from the Spanish word “concha” which means “seashell” - can you see the resemblance?
Our community is growing and we’re so excited to welcome you! Use code TIMELESS for 10% off your first order at peyotebird.com ✌🏼
Surf’s up! 🏄✌🏼 Shop these exclusive Heishi and Turquoise styles over at @mrporterlive!
Monday blues... 💙 @doubledranch x @peyotebirdjewelry
Our Indian Market sale ends tonight at midnight! Take 20% off site-wide with code INDIANMARKET, and don’t forget to read about some of the talented Native Artisans we work with on our Journal!
This weekend marks the dates of Santa Fe Indian Market, which has been a tradition in Santa Fe since 1922! It’s the world’s largest Native American art show which celebrates and promotes the work of hundreds of Native artists from across the country.
Peyote Bird is proud to highlight the work of the Native American artists we represent, many of whom we’ve worked with for decades. Get to know some of the Native artists we work with on our Journal and enjoy 20% off site-wide this weekend with code INDIANMARKET.
Over the years we’ve loved collecting vintage treasures from artists and collectors around the country and sharing them with our community. You can enjoy 15% off all vintage on our site through tomorrow night with code VINTAGE15.
Calvin and Pilar Lovato both come from multi-generational families of Heishi makers and have been creating handmade jewelry together since they first got married in their early 20’s. A single completed piece often takes them several days of working side-by-side to complete! Working together and drawing on the craft, experience, and traditions of their ancestors, Calvin and Pilar manage to make every piece feel that it is imbued with the same amount of love that they have for one another, for their parents, and for their ancestral stories and crafts.
The turquoise in this 1940’s Zuni Squash Blossom comes from the Morenci mine in southeastern Arizona. The mine has been closed for many years, making this turquoise a highly sought-after stone! 💙 Right now you can enjoy 15% off all our vintage pieces online with code VINTAGE15.
We’ve got vintage on our mind... #turquoisetuesday
Just a few hours left to get 15% off all Jock Favour pieces on our site! Visit peyotebird.com to shop the sale which ends at midnight tonight.
Jewelry with legacy... #TurquoiseTuesday
Summer stylin’ 🌞
Featured Artist Sale: Jock Favour! Enjoy 15% off all of Jock’s pieces with code FAVOUR now thru July 30. Jock Favour’s hammered ingot techniques emulate the old processes used in Southwestern Navajo jewelry from the early 1900’s. Jock is a true Renaissance man - a master craftsman at many forms of artistry. From sculpture to carpentry, painting to jewelry making, his creations stand unique in quality and timelessness. Head to peyotebird.com to shop.
We’ve got some major stunners coming online soon! Make sure you’re on our email list to be the first to know... sign up at the link in bio 💎
Each piece has a life of its own ✨ #TurquoiseTuesday
In the early 1980’s, Peyote Bird began hosting sidewalk sales in the parking lot of our original office in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Over the years, these events morphed into our annual sample sales, drawing in loyal jewelry lovers from across the country in search of handmade jewelry at incredible prices. After 20+ years of hosting these events, we brought them online as Peyote Bird Outpost. Visit outpost.peyotebird.com to shop jewelry at 50% off, always. @ Santa Fe, New Mexico
Stacked and strong hand carved ingot rings. Shop men’s best sellers at the link in bio. 🔗
#TurquoiseTuesday Pop Quiz: The blue color of turquoise comes from copper, and the green comes from which element? Get to guessing!
This 1940's Zuni Necklace features Sunface, an ancient symbol which represents the Sun Father, one of their three main kachinas (dieties). The Zuni recognize that the sun’s warmth sustains life, enables growth, and brings joy and prosperity to the people. 🌞
Celebrating 4th of July with some of our favorite artisans' work! We wish everyone a safe and joyful Independence Day! 🇺🇸
Looking toward the long weekend like... 💙
#TurquoiseTuesday We paired this vintage Naja pendant with contemporary beads for a one of a kind piece. Luckily for you, it's available on our site!
We are a family owned business supporting a global community of artisans, employees, and valued customers. Through timeless design, our jewelry evokes the story of our Native and American Heritage.
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