Welcome to your resource for authentic Native American art and jewelry. The Trading Circle website is dedicated to bringing the finest Native American art from the Woodlands and Plains tribes of the upper Midwest to market. We pride ourselves on hand-picking the finest works from our northern Native artists, showcasing them like you have never seen before, including turquoise and silver jewelry from the Southwest.
We also carry an assortment of Native American foods such as hand-harvested wild rice from our pristine lakes and rivers of northern Minnesota, wild berry jellies and syrups and much more! You can choose from a unique gift box filled with foods from the Northlands like wild rice pancake mix and pure maple syrup, buffalo snack bars, flavored honeys, native herbal teas, fry bread mix, wild berry jellies, wild rice soups, maize, maple sugar and wild rice cranberry stuffing or customize your very own assortment and put it in a Minnesota shaped gift box.
We carry Manitoba mukluks and moccasins, the premiere Canadian moccasin maker, and other handmade moccasins from baby to adult sizes. A cozy solution to those long winters or a comfortable answer to slippers, we have a variety of sizes and shapes to fit your needs.
Another popular item is our handmade dream catchers. They come in many shapes, sizes, colors, and materials from red willow to leather-wrapped rings adorned with feathers and glass beads.
We hand select our silver and turquoise jewelry from the artists to ensure quality and authentic Native American made jewelry. We carry silver-smithing artists not only from the Southwestern United States but also from South Dakota and Minnesota. Our Native American bead work is unique to this area with everything from beautiful floral woodland designs to the sharp geometric Plains designs. This includes earrings, barrettes, necklaces, bolos, belts, hair ties, bracelets, pin, dance sticks, bags, pipe bags and many more pieces.
We carry contemporary styles using the latest Japanese beads, sizes, and colors to traditional designs using Italian and Czech seed beads of various sizes. We even have artists who still use the old Venetian trade beads like Chevron can beads, Lewis Clarks, or the ever popular White Heart.
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You'll always discover the best gifts and souveniers from Northland Visions! Visit us at 1113 Frankline Ave in Minneapolis or call 612-807-1755 for questions.
Address1113 Franklin Ave