Lucy Jake

Navajo

I was born in 1956 in Socorro, New Mexico and I am a member of the Sagebrush clan from my Mother’s side and Edgewater clan from my Father’s side. As a young child I grew up traveling throughout Texas, Arizona and Colorado. My family eventually settled on the Navajo reservation near Tohajiilee, New Mexico where I attended school through the 11th grade.

I was introduced to traditional Indian jewelry at a young age by watching my family. By the age of seventeen I started designing and making my own jewelry. I’ve always felt that my creativity came to me naturally and it was a gift given to me.

I have six children, five girls and one boy and twenty-four grandchildren who bring me a lot of joy. I still find time to continue making fine sterling silver and turquoise jewelry and continuing the Jake name and reputation.

I truly hope you enjoy the feelings that emulate from my creations.

Thank you,
Lucy Jake

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