THE STORY

Indigo Art & Textiles is a Native American handmade jewelry company based in Oklahoma on the Muscogee Nation Reservation. We pride ourselves on being a small, minority-owned business that strives to bring you the highest quality in handmade jewelry.

Handcrafted Native American Jewelry

We feature an array of handmade Native American jewelry made by Amanda Rutland, the founder of Indigo Art & Textiles. The jewelry is available in copper and is handcrafted by Amanda as a way to connect people with one of a kind wearable art and share her tribal culture.

Preserving a culture

Each piece of Indigo Art & Textiles jewelry is handcrafted and made to order. As such, each design is unique and rare - making it the perfect personal accessory that will stand out while still being true to your roots.

About the Artist

Amanda Rutland is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and is of Seminole Nation descent. She is a daughter of the Raccoon Clan, and she grew up attending traditional Muscogee churches.

 

Amanda is inspired by Mississippian designs and the natural world. She works primarily in copper and gemstones. Her work incorporates the iconography and symbolism of her Mound-builder ancestors with the contemporary uses of color and pattern.

Amanda has contributed work to historical parks in Alabama and Georgia, and has created gorgets and custom jewelry for people across the United States.

She resides in Okmulgee, Oklahoma with her husband and two children.

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