Vivi Magoo LTD | Danny’s EPIC ADVENTURE | Danny Wade | November 16-18, 2020


Native American Indian Jewelry, including squash blossom jewelry, has served many functions through history.

It represents a culture, a trading commodity, a symbol of status and pride and was a beautiful adornment for Native American men and women alike.

Gold, silver and gemstones such as turquoise, coral and opal continue to be used by a variety of tribal silversmiths in the Navajo, Hopi and Zuni tribes.


Over your three days, Danny will guide you through all the steps necessary to create your very own work of art, made by you in the traditional Native American style. 


we have a very special surprise for you!

Ken Burwell will be joining Danny

to lend his special touch to our affair!

Did you meet Ken in Tucson at The Desert 2020?

He’s an incredibly accomplished silversmith and lapidarist, and he will help guide you through the steps to create jewelry inspired by

our beloved indigenous people of the Americas.


-spend three full days of class where you will learn, create and be inspired
-enjoy Vivi Magoo lunches each day
-spend time with Danny and Ken after class each day!
-Vivi Magoo signature treats and gifts

Price includes class fees, daily lunches, treats and Vivi Magoo goodies!
Transportation and kit fees are not included.


***Please contact Erin at if you are interested in payment arrangements.***

Space is limited to the first 14 students, so be sure to reserve your spot quickly!

Only 4 left in stock


Welcome to


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We’re so excited to bring EPIC ADVENTURES

to you this coming November!

Danny will lead you through the process of designing squash blossom jewelry – created in the Native American style

One-piece stamps

Two-part stamps


Create shot plate embellishments

Learn how to use the hydraulic press to create impressions



Finish your pieces professionally