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International shipping available.
Hopi 13.5″ Kachina: Badger$675.00
Hopi Bear Paw and Prayer Feathers Earrings 1.5″ Oval Silver Matte$69.00
Navajo Native American Chief Pendant with Precious Stones 2″$162.00
Navajo Man in the Maze Pendant with Turquoise 3/4″$113.00
Hopi Man in the Maze with Water Cuff Bracelet 6 1/4″ Glossy Silver$180.00
Hopi Turtle Pendant 0.5″ Oval Silver Matte$86.00
Hopi Man in the Maze Pendant 1.5″ Round Silver Matte$245.00
Hopi 10.5″ Kachina: Salako Mana$400.00
The Humiovi, pronounced Hoo-me-oo-vee, has been locally owned and operated in Sedona, Arizona for over 30 years. We have been licensed by the Hopi Tribe and situated on the corner of 89A and Jordon Road since the early 1970s.
The store was given its name from the Hopi Tribe. The name, Humiovi, means “Little Seed that Sprouts.” That is exactly what The Humiovi has done since owners Bob and Ann Robinson bought the store in 1994. Since then, they have developed personal relationships with each artist they buy direct from and have turned the business into a family affair with their daughters, granddaughter, and even a young great granddaughter working at the store.
Northern Arizona is home to the Hopi and Navajo reservations, a three-hour drive from Sedona. The Humiovi has collections by renowned Hopi artists such as Augustine Mowa Jr, Todd Hoyungowa, and Sparks Masawytewa. As well as Navajo artisans Joe Manygoats, Maggie Bedah, and Veronica Yellowhorse, just to name a few.
Where Are We Located?
Toll Free: 877-823-9502
247 AZ-89A Sedona, AZ 86336
Darren is from the Coyote Clan of Hotevilla and is the oldest of four children. Growing up, he always loved art. His interest in jewelry making began while he was working in the restaurant at the Second Mesa Cultural Center. There, he was able to watch other Hopi silversmiths and learn about their craft. That led to his decision to teach himself the art of Hopi jewelry making. He started the traditional way, by first working with copper. Using tools, some of which are still handmade, to bend the material and etch the designs. One day, he showed his work with the copper to another Hopi silversmith and he told Darren to get himself some silver and start making jewelry asap! Needless to say his talents were quickly realized by other renowned Hopi silversmiths and continue to be today.
Darren has been making jewelry for The Humiovi for over 20 years. On his down time, he can be found passing on his knowledge and talents to one of his three children or one of his four grandchildren. He is more than just a business partner, he is a very talented friend and we at The Humiovi are pleased to introduce him to you in our Artist Spotlight.