Fall greetings from Santa Fe and the Case Trading Post!

For the month of October, I am pleased to present the wonderful Hopi overlay jewelry of Anderson and Berna Koinva. The Koinvas come to us from the Village of Shungopavi, Second Mesa, Arizona. Anderson learned the overlay technique from his late father in law Bernard Dawahoya, a well-respected overlay artist. He was given the patterns and designs from Bernard and still uses them today. We are pleased to carry the work of the Koinvas, which is always very cleanly designed, affordable, and striking. Take a moment to view these latest pieces that Anderson and Berna made for us.

Ken Williams
Manager, Case Trading Post



Berna and Anderson Koinva with Ken Williams!


The Koinvas meeting with Ken Williams.


Anderson explains the pattern design on his bracelet.


These beautiful pieces and more are available for purchase at the Case Trading Post!


Koinva Jewelry Editorial

Photography by Neebin Southall


All work depicted is available for purchase at the online Case Trading Post shop. More jewelry by the Koinvas, including a variety of rings and pendants, is available in our physical shop — come on by to see our full selection!



Cornstalk and Roadrunner Bolos (sold individually) by Anderson Koinva


Assorted Bracelets (sold individually) by Anderson Koinva


Pins (sold individually) by Anderson Koinva


Assorted Buckles (sold individually) by Anderson Koinva


Assorted Pendants (sold individually) by Anderson Koinva


Hopi Snow Cloud Overlay Earrings by Anderson Koinva