Jennifer Medina

“Square inlay pendant Necklace” by Jennifer and Stephanie Medina

" Square inlay  pendant Necklace" by Jennifer Medina and Stephanie Medina

Jennifer and Stephanie combined their talent.  This beautiful pendant shows the expertise of both artists.

Inlay with Kingman Turquoise, Denim Lapis, Apple Coral, Orange Spiney Shell and Mother of Pearl set in sterling bezel

Jennifer created the sterling frame with traditional top stamp design while Stephanie choose the design and colors from the natural gemstones for the inlay

Hand made by Jennifer Medina and Stephanie Medina

Size is 2" total length with 1" width, shiny finish.

bail is 1/2" wide.

Jennifer created the sterling beaded necklace interspersed with Kingman Turquoise length is 16"

Award winning artists recognized at the Phoenix Heard Museum Indian show and Santa Fe Indian Market.


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About Jennifer Medina

Jennifer Medina is an award-winning contemporary jewelry artist from Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo. Growing up on the Pueblo with culture and art her entire life, she learned the craft of jewelry-making by apprenticing under her mother. With her mother’s guidance, she learned how to craft traditional handmade heishi beads and select the finest turquoise and materials while she was still a child.

Today, Medina is known for her unique style of silversmithing and handcrafting one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces with high-quality turquoise and gemstones. Working primarily in sterling silver and gold, she creates jewelry using tufa and cuttlefish casting, lapidary inlay work, stamp work and other advanced jewelry techniques. Medina’s jewelry pieces often feature innovative shapes and sculptural silhouettes, while also representing and respecting traditional elements. She has won numerous awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market in Phoenix, Arizona.

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