Explore our superb collection of Northwest Native American jewelry. Our exquisite jewelry is handcrafted by Native Indian artist, David Neel. We offer gold rings, custom wedding rings, diamond engagement rings, promise rings as well as pendants & bracelets in gold, platinum, or silver.

Our hand engraved rings incorporate Northwest Native animal symbols as representations of your enduring partnership and commitment. Order a gold wedding ring or engagement band that shines as bright as the one you love. You can communicate directly with our Native Indian master jeweler, to create a custom gold ring worthy of your love story. For over 35 years David has been working in gold, silver & platinum to create First Nations inspired rings, pendants & bracelets that are timeless expressions of love. Our engagement rings are made with ethically sourced diamonds & are available in any carat size & quality. We can make a stunning diamond engagement ring to fit any budget.

Northwest Native Rings

Explore our collection of exquisite Northwest Native gold wedding rings, diamond engagement bands and promise rings. You can order a one-of-a-kind wedding band in yellow gold, white gold or platinum. A matchless engagement ring can be custom made with a diamond of any carat size and quality. Our First Nations gold rings are renowned for their exceptional craftsmanship and timeless style

Choose a hand-crafted man’s or ladies gold wedding band, with the First Nations animal symbol of your choice. Each animal symbol has a particular meaning, that represents the attributes of the wearer, and the relationship. Our Animal Symbols page has a brief description about the most popular symbols.

Northwest Native Pendants

A stunning Northwest Native pendant may be ordered in the size and shape of your choice; in sterling silver or 14K gold. You may add diamonds, sapphires, rubies or gold accents to your custom pendant. Whether you prefer Haida art, Kwakiutl art, Coast Salish art, or another style of Northwest Indigenous art we can make a beautiful pendant to suit your taste. Our high quality jewelry is known for detailed hand engraving, flowing designs and fine workmanship.

Northwest Native Bracelets

Our exquisite Northwest Native bracelets are available in 14K gold, or sterling silver; in widths from ½ inch to 2 inches wide. Choose the animal symbol of your choice or combine two symbols for a one-of-a-kind gift that will last a lifetime. For more information on the meaning of the Indigenous animal symbols, click on the Animal Symbols button at the top of the page. As a custom order you may add gold accents to your silver bracelet, to make a truly unique piece of First Nations jewelry.

Northwest Native American Art

A traditional Northwest coast Native artist, David Neel carves masks, canoes and totem poles according to the traditions of his Indigenous ancestors. He is a member of the Kwakiutl First Nation (also known as the Kwakwak’awakw). A multi-media artist, David come from a long lineage of traditional Native Indian artists, including Ellen Neel, Mungo Martin and Charlie James.

If you are shopping for a unique gift for a loved one, something distinctive for a special occasion, or something exceptional for yourself, we offer Native American gold or silver pendants & bracelets with the animal symbol of your choice. Browse the Animal Symbols page for the meanings behind the most popular animal designs. Our Native Indian pendants & bracelets are renowned for their exceptional craftsmanship and timeless style.

From some of our Customers


I have to say wow! The ring is so amazing and my husband to be will be very happy. I thank you so much for putting up with me and all my requests. I will be ordering from you again in the near future.

-  Amanda


I'm in awe of the carving you sent me; it is incredibly beautiful and powerful. As an art collector, I frequently receive pieces ordered without seeing them; they are often nice and charming, but this one has a very powerful presence that radiates history, spirits, and magic. It is the nicest piece that has ever entered my house.

-  Francoise