Silver Annie's features Native American jewelry and artwork including: horse hair pottery, kachinas, carved animal fetishes and more from the Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi Indians.
Silver Annies has the largest selection of turquoise and sterling silver jewelry in the Gallatin Valley and has been told by customers it's "the best collection of one-of-a-kind pieces in Montana." The inventory includes bolo ties, barrettes, baby rattles, baby bracelets, dream catchers, and numerous Navajo beaded items.
One of Silver Annies exclusive jewelry designers is Artie Yellowhorse. She is from the Navajo culture and blends Navajo traditional designs with the timelessness of contemporary class.
Artie Yellowhorse hand selects stones from around the world including; American turquoise, lapis lazuli, sugalite, charolite, amber, coral, and black onyx. Artie collaborates with her daughters to make sure the legacy of fine jewelry design continues.
Montana Agate is another favorite gem stone at Silver Annies. This unique stone is the state stone of Montana and once cut and polished mimics the beautiful hillsides, sunsets, and horizons of Montana scenery. It may not look like much in the Yellowstone River, where it comes from, but when paired with sterling silver this Montana made stone makes incredible, pendants. earrings, rings, and bracelets. This Montana Agate jewelry allows everyone to have their own little piece of Montana.
Turquoise is an amazing gem that varies dramatically in color, shape and size. Indian legend says turquoise gets its blue colors from the sky and its green shades from the water. Silver Annies carries a wide variety of turquoise jewelry.
Our turquoise jewelry comes from numerous American mines, including:
We don't always know where the turquoise comes from but if the artist lets us know, we keep track of it for our customers.
107 E. Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715
Business Hours: Mon-Sat: 9:30 AM-5:30 PM