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Native American Jewelry & Decor

13328 Metcalf Avenue  >  Overland Park > KS 66213  >  (913) 789-8858

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All of our jewelry and gifts are one of a kind, made by Native American artisans.


Tuesday-Friday 11am - 6pm
 Saturday 11am - 5pm

​The inverted crescent pendant on squash-blossom necklaces, called the 'Naja' by the Navajo, is found in various design forms throughout the world cultures. As a crescent, this form goes back as far as the Paleolithic period. It is mentioned in the book of Judges as an ornament worn around the necks of camels. In the Phoenician culture, Astarte was the goddess of fertility and she was represented by the inverted crescent as well. As pendants, the inverted crescent has also been found in ancient Roman, and Crete artifacts.

During the Middle Ages, the Moors rode out of the East and conquered lands in a westerly direction including eight centuries of occupation in Spain.
They adopted the symbol as a bridle ornament, and thought the inverted crescent would protect both themselves and their horses from 'the evil eye'.


Squash-Blossom Necklace

• Native American Jewelry
• Custom Designed Jewelry
• Unique Wall Art and Frames
• Hand Carved Specialty Gifts
• Jewelry Cleaning and Buffing
• Repairs and Ring Sizing
• On Site Demonstrations 
• In-store Sales and Specials
• Easy Term Layaway Plan


Located in the Deer Creek shopping area, our store offers the best selection of Authentic Native American jewelry and gifts in the area.

Walking through the door of this establishment is a sensory delight. Case after case features gorgeous stunning one-of-a-kind jewelry, cradle boards, framed art, sculpture, pots, baskets, pottery, and so much more. With this selection White Buffalo Trading Company could easily be described as a showcase for Native American craftsmanship while offering a learning experience about their cultures. 

We have a passion for Native American Indian art, we have developed relationships with the artists and studied Native American Indian art and culture, and we’ve become a resource for information about Native American Indian art. We would be happy to share our expertise with you!