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Navajo Jewelry and Design

SJC 421, Suite D8, Monument Valley, UT 84536
+1 928-489-2772
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Monumental Valley Guided Tour - Authentic Navajo Experience

It is hard to place a review on a site such as this that, not only en-captures the essence of my... read more

Reviewed October 26, 2016
Lancashire, United Kingdom

The Native American that are selling jewelry and other native artifacts along the seventeen mile... read more

Reviewed October 24, 2016
Cottonwood, Arizona
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
SJC 421, Suite D8, Monument Valley, UT 84536
+1 928-489-2772
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Reviewed October 26, 2016

It is hard to place a review on a site such as this that, not only en-captures the essence of my experience, but also honours the Spirit of the Navajo. I could list the places we visited, all that we 'did' - traditional sweat lodge,...More

Thank barbarajrose
Reviewed October 24, 2016 via mobile

The Native American that are selling jewelry and other native artifacts along the seventeen mile drive are all so friendly. The jewelry is priced just right and beautiful. We bought several items.

Thank west1009
Reviewed October 16, 2016

As part of an organised South West Journey Jeremy Crank, Dineh/Navajo Medicine Man was our host and tour guide for the last two days. Jeremy showed us nothing but kindness and generosity, and interacted with us as if he was a longtime acquaintance. His friendly...More

Thank Amorajo
Reviewed January 21, 2016

We met with Jeremy in September to design a bracelet and ring. He promised them to us before Christmas. After trying to contact him several times in December, he finally responded with I am closed now and I might not do them until Spring. This...More

Thank John F
Reviewed October 9, 2015

Jeremy Crank gave us a very informational tour of MV, and also an education on the Navajo culture and religion. It was exactly what we wanted. He took us to places you can't go without a guide. Cannot say enough good things about Jeremy! His...More

1  Thank Katie B
Reviewed October 8, 2015

Owner/Artist also a lecturer on Navajo culture. He is very open to telling about the Navajo culture and I learned a lot. His jewelry is beautiful and reasonably priced.

Thank SDNative92116
Reviewed August 17, 2015

We met Jeremy when we were looking for jewelry. He custom-made several pieces of jewelry for me at a very reasonable price and while we waited. We so loved his spirit that we went on a tour of Monument Valley with him the next day....More

1  Thank luv2RV4fun
Reviewed April 23, 2015

What a find! I can't say enough good things about Jeremy. He is very patient, accommodating and knowledgeable. While Jeremy has some really nice designs, I am tall and I explained to Jeremy I like large earrings. Jeremy listened to me and like magic made...More

1  Thank EDYIE W
Reviewed January 4, 2015

Visiting monument valley in a cold and quiet December foggy day, Jeremy became our tour guide unexpectedly. Nevertheless, it only took a few minutes that we realized we were so lucky to having him accompany us through the tour. He is an excellent story teller...More

2  Thank TofuVancouver
Reviewed July 3, 2014

The tour was more than expected, My friends and I enjoyed the in debt conversation of history, culture and traditions. Jeremy was more than knowledgeable of his culture and religion. He told us countless history of his people, and what inspired us was the untold...More

2  Thank amanda w
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