Mac’s Indian Jewelry has stood the test of time
Mac and Karen McPherson began selling authentic Native American
jewelry from a table at the Tanque Verde Swap Meet in the mid 1970’s. Now, nearly 50 years later, their son Shane and his wife Danielle are continuing the family legacy, searching out unique, Native American pieces from Zuni, Navajo, Hopi, Tohono O’odham and Santa Domingo artists from Arizona and New Mexico—often buying from the descendants of artists Shane’s parents traveled the Southwest to find.
From traditional Navajo Squash Blossom necklaces, to modern,
contemporary designs, Mac’s has a wide variety of jewelry and accessories in an even wider variety of designs, colors, and prices, with something to fit every budget and style.
Today, customers can browse their well-organized showroom where
timeless, hand-crafted pieces are organized by stone color and style, making browsing a breeze so you can easily find the perfect ring, bracelet or necklace to go with your favorite pair of earrings.
From $12 stud earrings and $20 silver heart necklaces, to a 14k gold inlaid turquoise, lapis and coral Navajo bracelet with a half carat diamond, for $9,000—and everything in between—there truly is something for every style and budget at Mac’s.
You’ll find unique items like traditional silver baby bracelets, rattles, and spoons, along with envelope openers, fine silver Concho belts, silver and turquoise barrettes, bear paw hair combs, and silver, copper, and beaded earrings. There are link and cuff bracelets, fine silver and turquoise rings, Zuni inlay pieces, silver bead and turquoise fetish necklaces of all sizes, bolo ties, watch bands, belt buckles, money clips, and lighter cases, and pendants, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings with stones in hues of blue, purple, and rose. Online, you can browse by price, Tribe, and stone, for vintage, classic pieces.
In addition to jewelry, Mac’s carries authentic Native American
crafts, from pottery and walking sticks to wall hangings, tiles, Navajo Kachina dolls, carvings, dream catchers, Tohono O’Odham woven baskets, beaded and leather, silver and turquoise key rings, and Western style purses, with gifts for children for under $10.
Several years ago, Mac’s expanded and opened Silver and Gold Trading, where they buy or take in trade everything from scrap gold and silver flatware to diamond rings, and fine turquoise and Native American jewelry from estates and individuals.
For nearly a half century, Mac’s Indian Jewelry has stood the test of time, providing beautiful, quality Native American pieces at affordable prices. Their knowledge and customer service are unmatched—whether you are just bringing in a piece for a repair or shopping for a signature gift for yourself or family member or friend—the staff at Mac’s will give you all the time you need, and share their expertise with you to help you find the perfect piece to fit your style and budget. Longtime customers might recognize Mac’s wife Karen, who is still very much a part of Mac’s day-to-day operations.
Whether you are just visiting or have lived in the Old Pueblo your entire life, a trip to Mac’s is a must. Sign up for their weekly email for first dibs on their 50-percent-off piece-of-the week. Every week, a new piece of jewelry or set is highlighted and offered to the first-comer at a deep discount. Be the first to get your eye on a new piece and score the perfect bracelet or necklace to add to—or start—your collection, at a budget most anyone can afford.
Mac’s Indian Jewelry
Silver and Gold Trading
2400 E. Grant Road, Tucson