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(Formerly Indians on Columbus)
The Finest Collection of Native American Art and Jewelry in NYC

Veronica Poblano
Kachina by Pernell Laate
Bracelet by Ophelia Garcia
Bowl by Bob Lansing
An American Dollmaker by Lisa Fifield
Vases by Josh Simpson
Pipe by Robert Rosebear
Artist Rafael Aguilera Hernandez
Veronica Poblano is an award-winning Zuni silversmith whose jewelry is collected worldwide. She was featured in the American Museum of Natural History (Park Ave, NYC) show called "Totems to Turquoise". Her jewelry toured the country with the exhibit and is in the book of the same name.

Talent flows from one generation to the next in this family. Veronica's father, Leo, was an accomplished sculptor and mosaic worker. Jovanna Poblano, Veronica's daughter, carves enchanting corn maiden necklaces, and Veronica's son, Dylan Poblano, makes unforgettable wearable sculpture.

Veronica is noted for her unique, contemporary designs and her use of fine, natural gemstones from around the world. Veronica Poblano jewelry is unlike any other. It is dynamic. It is elegant. It has motion and energy.

Veronica's jewelry is not for the timid but for the woman who is confident and self assured and is not afraid to be noticed.

Torc Necklace by Veronica Poblano

Torc Necklace
Materials: silver, red coral
Veronica Poblano

Earrings by Veronica Poblano

Materials: sterling silver, red coral, mussel shell, jet

Bracelet by Veronica Poblano

Materials: blood red coral, silver
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