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Employment History

Navajo and Hopi and Creek Silversmith

Native Gold Online

Tanner Chaney Inc

Tanner Chaney Gallery

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Native Gold - David Tune

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DAVID TUNENAVAJO/HOPI/CREEK SILVERSMITH
Click here to view David Tune items available from Native Gold.
David Tune, of Creek and Navajo descent, was born July 21,1955, in Winslow Arizona.He was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma.David's motivation to create jewelry began in 1976, when he was commissioned to design the jewelry for the March of Dimes Poster Child and President Ford's senate.
David has been creating jewelry for over 16 years, as well as teaching High School for two of those years.In 1987, after winning countless awards, he was forced to resign himself from his art due to cancer.He was cured of his cancer by his uncle, and with pride and self-determination, returned in 1994 to his passion of creating beautiful pieces of jewelry.
Like other excellent artists, the work of David Tune's work is distinctive and easily recognizable.Working primarily with sterling silver and gold, David uses multi-colors of coral, turquoise, lapis, sugilite, mother of pearl, opal, and various other materials in combination with his dramatic stamp work.His colorful and innovative inlays in his jewelry are inspired by the aerial views of the earth that he sees from hot-air ballooning and skydiving.His creations include rings, necklaces, bolos, bracelets, earrings, and concho belts.David feels that every marking on his jewelry has spiritual meaning.


Tanner Chaney - David Tune

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David Tune, of Creek and Navajo descent, was born July 21,1955, in Winslow Arizona.He was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma.David's motivation to create jewelry began in 1976, when he was commissioned to design the jewelry for the March of Dimes Poster Child and President Ford's senate.
David has been creating jewelry for over 16 years, as well as teaching High School for two of those years.In 1987, after winning countless awards, he was forced to resign himself from his art due to cancer.He was cured of his cancer by his uncle, and with pride and self-determination, returned in 1994 to his passion of creating beautiful pieces of jewelry.
Like other excellent artists, the work of David Tune's work is distinctive and easily recognizable.Working primarily with sterling silver and gold, David uses multi-colors of coral, turquoise, lapis, sugilite, mother of pearl, opal, and various other materials in combination with his dramatic stamp work.His colorful and innovative inlays in his jewelry are inspired by the aerial views of the earth that he sees from hot-air ballooning and skydiving.His creations include rings, necklaces, bolos, bracelets, earrings, and concho belts.David feels that every marking on his jewelry has spiritual meaning.


Tanner Chaney Gallery - David Tune

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Tanner Chaney Gallery - David Tune
DAVID TUNESILVERSMITH
David Tune, of Creek and Navajo descent, was born July 21, 1955, in Winslow Arizona.He was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma.David's motivation to create jewelry began in 1976, when he was commissioned to design the jewelry for the March of Dimes Poster Child and President Ford's senate.
David has been creating jewelry for over 16 years, as well as teaching High School for two of those years.In 1987, after winning countless awards, he was forced to resign himself from his art due to cancer.He was cured of his cancer by his uncle, and with pride and self-determination, returned in 1994 to his passion of creating beautiful pieces of jewelry.
Like other excellent artists, the work of David Tune's work is distinctive and easily recognizable.Working primarily with sterling silver and gold, David uses multi-colors of coral, turquoise, lapis, sugilite, mother of pearl, opal, and various other materials in combination with his dramatic stamp work.His colorful and innovative inlays in his jewelry are inspired by the aerial views of the earth that he sees from hot-air ballooning and skydiving.His creations include rings, necklaces, bolos, bracelets, earrings, and concho belts.David feels that every marking on his jewelry has spiritual meaning.
Awards :Gold Division-Gallup Ceremonial, New Mexico 1983 to 1986Grand Master- Boulder, Colorado 1985 and 1986Grand Master- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1985Morning America Show 1984Various Galleries Awards 1979 to 1987


eIndian Jewelry - Info - We specialize in Native American Arts!

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David Tune SILVERSMITH

David Tune, of Creek and Navajo descent, was born July 21,1955, in Winslow Arizona. He was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma. David's motivation to create jewelry began in 1976, when he was commissioned to design the jewelry for the March of Dimes Poster Child and President Ford's senate.
David has been creating jewelry for over 16 years, as well as teaching High School for two of those years. In 1987, after winning countless awards, he was forced to resign himself from his art due to cancer. He was cured of his cancer by his uncle, and with pride and self-determination, returned in 1994 to his passion of creating beautiful pieces of jewelry.
Like other excellent artists, the work of David Tune's work is distinctive and easily recognizable. Working primarily with sterling silver and gold, David uses multi-colors of coral, turquoise, lapis, sugilite, mother of pearl, opal, and various other materials in combination with his dramatic stamp work. His colorful and innovative inlays in his jewelry are inspired by the aerial views of the earth that he sees from hot-air ballooning and skydiving. His creations include rings, necklaces, bolos, bracelets, earrings, and concho belts. David feels that every marking on his jewelry has spiritual meaning.

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