Sunshine Reeves – Native American

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Sunshine Reeves
Sunshine Reeves

Sunshine Reeves

Sunshine was born in 1964 in Gallup, New Mexico. Sunshine has been creating gorgeous Navajo Silver Jewelry since the 1980s. Sunshine was taught to work silver by his brothers Gary and David Reeves. Reeves is famous for his intricate and deep stamp work designs, especially his high quality Navajo Jewelry style rings and native bands. Sunshine has become famous winning many awards such ass, “Best in Show” at the Santa Fe Indian Market in 1997.

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