A LONG TRADITION IN
Collectors Quality Native American Jewelry
Our offerings are handcrafted by Native American artists in the southwest. Since 1974, our emphasis is on quality and design of the finest in silver and turquoise jewelry, with heart full of respect and fairness to our artists.
Today we are regarded as one of the nation’s foremost Native American galleries, dedicated to presenting rare historic material as well as innovative works from today’s top contemporary artists.
We seek to purchase collections and individual objects, offer appraisals, evaluations and guidance.
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What our customers say about us
I have been shopping at the Four Winds Gallery for over thirty years and have a marvelous jewelry collection based on the artists that they carry. The staff and owner are all intelligent, friendly, flexible, and attuned to your needs. They are never pushy, always patient. I cannot recommend this gem of a store enough.
The most beautiful gallery and jewelry store in Pittsburgh with the NICEST sales people and owner. They are friendly, kind and very helpful.
I received a pair of earrings from here for mother’s day. They are gorgeous!!! ?? My husband and children picked them out, and told me about the wonderful time they had while shopping! My gift was beautiful wrapped with colors from each of my children’s birth month. Everything was so thoughtfully put together down to the artist and tribe my jewelry came from! Very pleased!!
Thank you Four Winds for a great experience today. I love the rings I got!
We have been patrons for over twenty years. In Santa Fe we found nice shops with much higher prices with lots of discounts and bargaining. Some people like that. Four Winds prices aren’t cheap, but they are fair to the artists, because they keep coming back and their list keeps expanding. High quality isn’t cheap and they have maintained it consistently over the years. It helps that John, Jody, and others are so knowledgeable and willing to share it.
Terri Greeves’ extraordinary creation – her bird cuff – would feel like wearing a poem or perhaps, a bird’s song! Thank you and congratulations to Terri Greeves and to Four Winds for representing Ms. Greeves’ work so that we can see her work tho we are far away!
I think I was the second customer through the door when John and Carol opened Four Winds way back when. Like them I had developed a deep interest in Native American arts, crafts and culture in the early 70’s, especially after being asked constantly if I was Native American while visiting reservations in the Dakotas during a cross country trip (I’m not). Over the last 45 years I’ve bought jewelry, art, pottery, books and whatever despite leaving Pittsburgh. Even while employed as the Tribal Manager of a Native American Tribal government, Four Winds was still my go to gallery for works not produced by my employer and I was often asked by Tribal members where I got the cuffs, rings, etc. I wore on a regular basis. I’ve visited galleries in the Southwest and many other areas of the country, but there is no doubt in my mind that Four Winds is the premier provider of the highest quality Native American produced and inspired art and crafts in the country.