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The Ortega family has been selling native jewelry since 1871, so they know a thing or two about how to determine the authenticity of turquoise. But beyond eyeballing a stone to determine its quality, the institution works with world-renowned artists with long-time tribal affiliations. 

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Ortega’s on the Plaza

The Ortega family has been selling native jewelry since 1871, so they know a thing or two about how to determine the authenticity of turquoise. But beyond eyeballing a stone to determine its quality, the institution works with world-renowned artists with long-time tribal affiliations.