Etkie celebrates the rich landscape and cultural heritage of the southwestern United States. Our collections are produced by Native American women in New Mexico. 


Featured in Elle

November 18, 2015

Stocked in high-end boutiques like Colette in Paris and Alchemy Works in Los Angeles, each Etkie piece, priced between $168 and $595, can take up to eight hours to make. With an estimated 30 percent of American Indians identifying as practicing artists (andone in four living below the poverty line), Etkie is the first jewelry brand to bring their specialized skills to the mass market.
Of the four winners of this year's Venture Acceleration Fund (VAF) — one stood out.

May 20, 2015

Etkie, a jewelry firm that works with Native American women in New Mexico and sells in exclusive boutiques, earned $34,000 from the fund that traditionally has focused on supporting high-tech startups and technology commercialization projects.