Sunwest Silver will be attending the WESA Trade Show this January in Dallas. After a year that was marked by several cancelled events, we are excited to get back to live shows and seeing our wholesale customers in person. Read on to learn more about some of our traditional and new products that we will be bringing to the show.
January 14, 2021 — January 17, 2021
WESTERN ENGLISH SALES ASSOCIATION
Dallas Market Center
Booth #WTC 11-517
Thursday — Sunday
8:30am — 6:00pm
Wholesale Registration Required
Register for WESA
New Styles at WESA
Paul Livingston - Vintage Turquoise & Coin Jewelry
The first Pueblo silversmiths had silver coins as a source for metal, and ‘coin silver’ is a term used to describe vintage Native American jewelry that was forged using early American or Mexican silver coins.
Today, coin jewelry inspired by years gone by is a collectible and favored form of handmade jewelry in the Southwest. While Native American jewelry today is generally made with sterling sheet and wire, the coin jewelry available on the market today can be styled as modern creations or vintage collectibles.
This year at WESA, shop new styles of turquoise sampler vintage coin jewelry featuring Walking Liberty & Liberty coins and Morgan coins with a wide date range, all surrounded by a sampling of turquoise from various American mines.
For those of you who can't make it to the WESA Trade Show, you can still browse our stock of coin jewelry online.
Ernest Begay, Turquoise Cluster Cuff
What We're Bringing to Dallas
Sunwest will be bringing a large selection of Native American jewelry to the WESA Show this year. Our booth will be stocked with traditional turquoise favorites including turquoise cluster jewelry, popular lariat style necklaces, & squash blossoms. Other items we will be bringing include our stamped sterling & nickle concho belts and handmade specialty belts by Navajo artists, OxyBead© jewelry, Liquid Silver & beaded jewelry lines by Sunwest.
We offer several styles of handmade Native American jewelry for both him and her. Make sure you stop by our booth and browse our traditional offerings, along with all new styles from favorite local silversmiths.