Anderson Koinva

   Anderson Koinva was born in his home on 2nd Mesa in 1956.  Many of the greatest Hopi jewelers come from 2nd Mesa.  He was a Kachina doll carver first and still enjoys carving and painting.  His wife Berna’s father, Bernard Dawahoya (a renowned Hopi jeweler), taught Anderson the art of making jewelry and the famous Hopi Overlay technique.

   Anderson’s wife works very closely with Anderson. Together they have 2 children, and his son Bo is following in his father and grandfather’s footsteps. 

  Anderson is a kind and soft-spoken man that loves his family and creating beautiful traditional Hopi jewelry.  We think he is one of the finest Hopi jewelers!

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Deer Buckle
Hopi Overlay Key Chain
Hopi Overlay Key Chain
Hopi Overlay Key Chain
Hopi Overlay Key Chain
Friendship Buckle
Snake Buckle
Friendship Earrings
Bear Pendant
Bear Paw Buckle
Turtle and Friendship Buckle
Kokopelli Buckle, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Corn Stalk Buckle
Bear Buckle, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Silver Overlay Buckle, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Silver Overlay Money Clip, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Hopi Overlay Buckle, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Water Wave Cuff, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Trickling Water Cuff Links, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Trickling Water Letter Opener, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Whirlwind Letter Opener, Anderson Koinva, Jewelry, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Rain Cuff - Jewelry - Anderson Koinva - 1
Trickling Water Cuff - Jewelry - Anderson Koinva - 1
Hopi Corn Ring - Jewelry - Anderson Koinva - 1

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