Henry T. Morris
Silver and Goldsmith, Indian Wells, AZ, Navajo Tribe. Henry creates handcrafted Indian Jewelry in the traditional styles of Navajo, Hopi and Zuni using Natural Turquoise set in Silver and Gold. The Turquoise is individually cut piece by piece and polished before it is set. Henry specializes in cluster, petit point and channel work and creates beautiful jewelry for men and women. The Museum gift shop is proud to sell the his work. We currently have several rings, a belt buckle, several bracelets, and pendants in the shop. Henry also makes concho belts, and bolo ties.
The tradition of making jewelry is passed down from generation to generation. Henry learned to make jewelry from his late father-in-law, George Shematewa Charlie, Zuni Tribe from Zuni, NM 40 years ago.