Modern and Traditional Native Beadwork

Oregon, United States · 21 Sales


Modern and Traditional Native Beadwork

Oregon, United States 21 Sales On Etsy since 2013

Savahna Jackson

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Savahna Jackson


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Finished this new set! Perfect in honoring this fierce man!

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Beaded Modoc "Captain Jack" Earrings


Nat Gila'danka Na'nook! (I hope we meet as friends)

Welcome to Nishta Creations!
Nishta Creations is Native American run and created, all items in this shop are created by enrolled members of their tribe. I'm Savahna Jackson and my p'kulips (honored sisters) are the other two who create their art and contribute here, Sequoia Breck of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, and Maiya Osife of Southern Piute.

We were taught to bead when we were young by family and have continued our education into traditional arts since then, exploring basketry and carving. We now have a delightful blend of traditional and modern skills that we use to make our creations and are happy to share them with you.

We create these items in good spirits and the way we were taught, smudging ourselves and items before creating the item and then smudging the item afterwards. We are aware that these items can become part of someones regalia or healing and we want to give it to you in as good spirit as we can.

We are first generation college students and much of what we make here help us survive as we navigate life.

The Shop name, Nishta Creations, is a Klamath word meaning "all through the night" or "deepest night". I chose this name as most of what we do is done under the night sky.


Shop members

  • Savahna Jackson

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Hello! I am Savahna Jackson and I am Modoc and Klamath and a member of the federally recognized Klamath Tribes of southern Oregon. I was taught to bead by my cousin in the Coquille Tribe and weave by an elder in the Warm Springs Tribe.

  • Sequoia Breck


    Hello! I'm Sequoia Breck and an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. I've always been "crafty," and thus I've picked up quite a few skills. Beading gives me focus, and so afterwards I have all sorts of finished pieces.

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