Native American Owned & Operated!
Pow Wow Trading Post in Page, Arizona, which borders the Navajo reservation, has served the local Native Americans since first opening in 1977. It has also blessed us with a tremendous variety of jewelry, and art from the local vendors, and artistans. Our mission is to bring to you, our customer, authentic native American pieces. You have our guarantee.
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This month, feature product is a Navajo Concho Belt. The word concho comes from the Spanish “concha” which actually means “conch” or “seashell” but has come to mean round or oval disks. A continuous rows of conchos with a center turquoise inset. Backed by leather which highlights the silver work and also protects the edges of the silver from bumping, wear or bending. This concho belt has spacers in between the conchos. The spacers can of various shapes but traditionally are butterfly or bow-tie shape spacers. The length of the belt is 27.5″ inches long and the width is 2.25″ inches. This old unique piece is for sale for $9,500.00 USD.