8 Valentine's Day Gifts (On Sale!) That Support Native Art

February 05, 2018

This Valentine's Day, show your love for Native art by giving gifts that support Native artists! Here's our top eight Valentine's Day deals that support Native art.

And to show our appreciation for all the people who have supported Inspired Natives not "Native-inspired", we're spreading some love of our own by offering 10% off wool blankets, and 15% off phone cases, jewelry, and fine art from now through Valentine's Day! 

Medicine Dress Phone Case - $49.30

Celebrate a powerful woman in your life with the Medicine Dress Phone Case! Designed by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe), this beautiful red cedar case features a Jingle Dress dancer adorned with intricate abalone inlays.

PHONE CASES ARE 15% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

 Special Edition Orca Phone Case - $49.30

The Special Edition Orca Phone Case makes for a unique gift with a personal touch! Featuring genuine abalone inlays on a red cedar background, this special edition case is signed by Louie Gong (Nooksack).

PHONE CASES ARE 15% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

Embrace Your Beauty Earrings - $27.20

Designed by Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo), the Embrace Your Beauty earrings are a great reminder to practice some self-love on Valentine's Day!

JEWELRY IS 15% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

Turtle Acetate and Rosewood Sunglasses - $78

These stylish sunglasses make an elegant gift with turtle acetate frames and rosewood temples.

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Renewal Wool Blanket - $178.20


This beautiful wool blanket features Sarah Agaton Howes' (Anishinaabe) signature strawberry design, known as Odemin, or Heart Berry in Ojibwe, making it the perfect gift for the occasion!

BLANKETS ARE 10% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

The Return Wool Blanket - $184.50

A collaboration between Eighth Generation and Tanka Fund, The Return wool blanket reminds us of the importance of having healthy and caring relationships with our animal relations as well as other humans!

BLANKETS ARE 10% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

Good Day, Bad Day II Limited Edition Glicee Print - $170

This limited edition glicee print features Louie Gong's (Nooksack) iconic Coast Salish hummingbird being eyed here by a mischievous Rez Cat.

PRINTS ARE 15% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!

Rez Cat Forgives His Enemies Limited Edition Glicee Print - $127.50

Spread some positivity this Valentine's Day with this whimsical piece by Louie Gong (Nooksack) that reminds us of the joy that can be achieved when we're able to let things go.

PRINTS ARE 15% OFF NOW THROUGH VALENTINES DAY!




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