Turquoise Tortoise Art Gallery in Sedona Arizona - One of the finest Sedona Art Galleries featuring contemporary Native American and Southwestern art



LThe passion and expertise of their talented Diné (Navajo) artists has enabled Lazuli Designs to create one of the most interesting and distinctive lines of jewelry in the Southwest today. Each artist is encouraged to express their individual creativity which makes each piece of jewelry unique.

Lazuli is firmly committed to innovation and fresh ideas and pride themselves on customer satisfaction and extremely high standards of craftsmanship. Each piece of Lazuli Designs jewelry is handcrafted and signed by one of their gifted artists. Each is made of sterling silver and high-grade natural stones (with the exception of lab opal). Their line of jewelry is always evolving and reaching higher levels of quality and artistic expression.

The fine artists at Lazuli includes:

Elaine Sherman

Leander Dawes

Hope Estitty

Michelle Willie

Aldora Henry

Candice Skeet

Rose Ann Long

Bernadine Joe

Ervin Martin

Jason Emerson

Sophia Lincoln

Adlina Robertson



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Multi-stone inlaid jewelry in Turquoise, Lapis, Spiny Oyster, Gaspieite, Sugilite, Opal and Coral.
Please call us for other styles available.


Member of the Sedona Gallery Association [Sedona, Arizona]

Contact us at mail@turquoisetortoisegallery.com

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The content of this Sedona Native American art gallery site is exclusively owned by Turquoise Tortoise Gallery [Sedona Arizona].

All artwork is the sole property of each respective artist. Any reproduction or other use of the art gallery images contained in this Contemporary and Traditional Native American art website without written permission of the respective artists is expressly prohibited. Native American Artwork prices may vary according to art market value. Turquoise Tortoise Gallery is one of the finest Sedona art galleries featuring contemporary Native American art, turquoise jewelry, and Southwestern art.