Tommy Jackson

Native American Jewelry Designer Tommy Jackson

Are you looking for “investment quality” handmade Native American silver and jewelry?

If so, visit the Superstition Mountain Museum Gift Shop and see our Tommy Jackson Jewelry! Our museum is proud to feature, amongst our offerings of art by Native Americans, jewelry that is handmade by renowned Native American Navajo Artisan Tommy Jackson. Tommy is a premier Navajo Silversmith and counted amongst those known as “The Supersmiths.” His work, done in both gold and silver, incorporates precious and semi-precious stones, combining traditional Navaho and modern designs.

A full-blooded Navajo Indian originally from Chinle, Arizona, Tommy learned the art of silversmithing from his mother and father, Martha and Gene Jackson, both well known jewelry artists themselves.

He now lives in Ganado, Arizona with his family. A regular winner in competitions, he has won numerous awards for his outstanding craftsmanship from the Heard Museum Indian Market in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market, & The Museum of Northern Arizona.

A University of Arizona Graduate, Tommy Jackson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. Although now creating breathtaking jewelry full-time, he also finds time to teach children at Wide Ruins Community School, where he teaches Navajo reading, writing, arts, crafts, history & culture.

We purchase his jewelry directly from Tommy himself and it is guaranteed authentic by Superstition Mountain – Lost Dutchman Museum.

Remember, when purchasing any item from our museum gift shop, we are a non-profit so we don’t have to charge sales tax. Proceeds from the gift shop and general store sales support the Superstition Mountain Museum.

* Tip: You can save 10% on purchases in the Gift Shop or General Store by purchasing a Museum Membership which also allows you other privileges including free museum admission and more.