David Lorenz is currently living in Reno, Nevada, working as a Jewelry Store in "Michael and Sons Jewelers" and is interested in Art, For Sale, Gifts / Accessories, Products, Retail, Services, Specialty Retail.
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Art, For Sale, Gifts / Accessories, Products, Retail, Services, Specialty Retail
Michael & Son's is Northern Nevada's largest purveyor of Native American art and jewelry. David and Shannon travel the southwest personally to find the finest quality jewelry, pottery, fetishes, Kachina dolls and other crafts.
Over the past twenty years they have created relationships with many artists which enables them to sell their items at prices usually only found in the southwest.
A great selection of traditional pueblo pottery from Jemez, Santa Clara, Navajo, Hopi and other pueblo Indian artists can be found. Hopi Kachina dolls by Hyram Namoki, Randy David and Duane Hyeoma and Zuni fetishes by the Quandelacy family are just a few of the artists we offer.
If you are looking for quality and unusual turquoise jewelry look no further. Michael & Son's has a fantastic selection to choose from.
If you are a discriminating collector or looking for that unique piece for someone special Michael & Son's has it. Choose from Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Northwest Coast jewelry hand crafted in sterling silver or 14kt yellow gold. We feature turquoise jewelry made with turquoise mined from Nevada mines, such as number 8, Fox, Royston, Caricco Lake, Battle Mountain, Pilot Mountain and Boulder turquoise are just a few of the different varieties that are offered.
Basket collectors will feel right at home as Michael & Son's features both new and antique baskets. You will find baskets from Paiute, Washoe, Shoshone, Navajo, Apache, Hupa, Yurok, Pima, and Papago artists. No matter what your budget is Michael & Son's has a basket to fit.
Michael & Son's also has a large selection of Pendleton blankets, Minnetonka Moccasins, Painted Ponies, and traditional and contemporary sand paintings. Hand painted drums from Taos Pueblo and other native American artists as well as traditionally made weapons and other crafts.
David Lorenz has joined on Sep 30, 2010