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Let's Create The Greatest Native American Jewelry Community

by Skylar Glandon August 31, 2018

Native American Jewelry

A few weeks ago I wrote an article concerning our recent website redesign. If you missed it, it was in part about how I believe that our amazing collection of Native American jewelry deserves to have a better platform for display. We believe we have pieces that rival the best in Santa Fe and we are also in the unique position to hand-make our own jewelry right here. You can read the article here: Refocusing on Native American Jewelry.

This redesign also brings a renewed dedication to our blog. At the Stagecoach, we are always receiving new pieces of Native American jewelry that we want to show you. At the same time, Gary is consistently making pieces for customers and our showcases. His jewelry is always unique and we love showing it off. I plan to use our blog as a platform to show off these new pieces. I also hope to provide you with more information with respect to Native American jewelry, different stones, and what’s going on here at the Stagecoach. In short, our goal is to build the finest community of people who are passionate about Native American jewelry.

To be truthful, this requires a bigger commitment on my part. I hope to bring updates and articles 3-4 times a month. I can’t promise this with happen every month, but I will do my best. Along with this comes our wonderful email subscribers. I have not kept our followers updated enough and will try harder from now on. That being said, the last thing I want to do is annoy people with constant email notices. We all get enough of those and I know how irritating they can be. Therefore, I plan to pick out only the most interesting information to send out in emails and I hope this information will be of value to you. Because of this approach, you will need to periodically check our website for other information that does not get sent out.

Now that the boring “plans for the future” part is over, I need to ask you for your help. Writing blogs consistently requires me to be much more creative. While there will be plenty of informative articles for you, I also wish to create some fun pieces about Native American jewelry and handmade jewelry in general. There are plenty of different topics out there, though, I sometimes need some help thinking of them. Also, I said earlier that this is meant to be a community. So I hope to hear your suggestions on topics you would like to hear about. Looking at Native American jewelry from different perspectives is not only helpful for me but more entertaining for you. If you have any questions or subjects (relating to handmade jewelry) that you want me to write about please, please let me know.

Furthermore, if you have any opinions or thoughts on a particular piece of Native American jewelry, we would appreciate it if you would share. We are always discovering new styles of Native American jewelry and we want to hear your opinions. This helps us better understand what styles people like and do not like. Feel free to email me, comment down below, or send me a message on social media with your ideas. Let's work together to make this Native American jewelry community even better!

If you are not a part of our email list and would like to be, scroll to the bottom of this page to find a signup form. Otherwise, shoot me an email with your name and I’ll get you added!

Thank you, everyone,

Skylar Glandon


Skylar Glandon
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