Howard Nelson

Navajo

Howard Nelson is an accomplished, self-taught Navajo silversmith. He was born in 1951 in Winslow, Arizona and is of the Tsinnijinnie clan. Howard began working with his older brother, David, and eventually mastered the technique of traditional Navajo jewelry styles. His jewelry has garnered numerous awards including ribbons at the Annual Intertribal Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico, and the Santa Fe Indian Market. He is featured in Enduring Traditions by Jerry and Lois Jacka and Navajo Indian Jewelry by Jerry and Lois Jacka.

Howard Nelson

Navajo

Howard Nelson is an accomplished, self-taught Navajo silversmith. He was born in 1951 in Winslow, Arizona and is of the Tsinnijinnie clan. Howard began working with his older brother, David, and eventually mastered the technique of traditional Navajo jewelry styles. His jewelry has garnered numerous awards including ribbons at the Annual Intertribal Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico, and the Santa Fe Indian Market. He is featured in Enduring Traditions by Jerry and Lois Jacka and Navajo Indian Jewelry by Jerry and Lois Jacka.

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