Traditional Hands Jewelry & Art to display at Chamber – Sept. 30th

September 27, 2016

Traditional Hands Jewelry & Art is presenting and selling authentic, handmade Native American Silver Jewelry featuring Wampum, Turquoise, Lapis, Opal and other genuine materials and Art and Crafts this coming weekend at the Asheville Visitor Center on Friday, September 30th, from 9am until 5pm, and Saturday, October 1st, 9am until 4:30pm.

Meet the featured artist, General B. Grant (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian), Cherokee’s only Master-Silversmith, on Saturday, October 1st, during the hours 11am – 3pm.

The traditional and contemporary Indian Artwork of General B. Grant and other artists is featured year-round at Traditional Hands Gallery Store downtown and at the newest location Traditional Hands Working Studio/Silversmith School located off Big Cove Road. Please call the store gallery at 828.554.5884 for operation hours, directions, or to discuss and place custom orders.

For more information about the artist, or to purchase items online, please visit Thank you for your interest and we are looking forward to see you this coming weekend at the Asheville Chamber event.