I’d been racking my brain for weeks trying to come up with the right gift for my husband’s birthday. I have mentioned a few times before on my blog how our tastes sometimes clash. I love Native American style and he loves the Southwest jewelry more. Well, I actually love them both but I prefer Native American jewelry and decorations in certain instances but back to the point. I decided to get him a nice silver and turquoise belt buckle.
Why I Chose this Southwest Jewelry Piece
The belt buckle I chose illustrates a beautiful melding of blue turquoise and red coral, all set into a stunning sterling silver base.
The two main turquoise and coral pieces are displayed at the center and come together to form the inside of the sun, with silver overlay forming the rays of the Sun that protrude outward.
I think this piece captures the nature of our relationship. We may have different philosophies and ideas of what looks good in our home but we blend them together to form something unique and beautiful. The style also reflects a blending of Native American silverwork and the Southwest jewelry that he loves.
I’ve been patting myself on the back for picking his exact style since he opened it. One of the main reasons I love Native American jewelry is the artistry that goes into each piece. Everything from the color to the craftsmanship is open to interpretation, just like with a painting.
Now, you may not be able to get the same piece I bought, since Native American jewelry from this site is usually made by artists, but you can find something to suit your needs here, especially if you’re a fan of Southwest jewelry.
Why You Should Choose this Site for Southwest Jewelry
I know that the craftsmanship and artistry that went into this Southwest jewelry piece will keep it in our home for a long time and you just don’t see that with products anymore.
Anyway, I am so happy that my husband loved the piece; he wears it on a daily basis. I am also excited to see what he gets me for my birthday; our birthdays are just a few months apart.
I think I really outshined myself this year, I just hope he does the same.