Media Relations

The Museum Store Now Offering Rocki Gorman Jewelry

Aug 25, 2010

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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Contact: Shayla Simpson – Director of PR & Museum Events


Phone: (405) 478-2250, Ext. 221

Fax: (405) 478-4714




August 25, 2010


OKLAHOMA CITY— Jewelry designer Rocki Gorman announces The Museum Store as Oklahoma City’s exclusive source for her Native American made creations. Her designs, crafted by Navajo silversmiths, continue a longstanding tradition of quality, handmade, American-made jewelry with sterling silver and assorted gemstones. Her jewelry is contemporary and geographically comfortable from Maine to California.

The partnership with The Museum Store launched following the highly successful Rocki Gorman Trunk Show held during opening weekend of the 2010 Prix de West. That was the first time for Rocki Gorman to show at the Museum.

Under new management during the past year, The Museum Store is offering several new product lines in addition to Rocki Gorman jewelry, including more fashion accessories and art work and expanded gift and house ware selections. Samplings of merchandise are available through a new and improved online store. The updated web site is providing convenient, secure shopping opportunities at

A portion of proceeds from The Museum Store purchases directly helps the Museum fulfill its mission to preserve and interpret the evolving history and cultures of the American West for the education and enrichment of its diverse audiences.

For details on purchasing Rocki Gorman jewelry and other merchandise, call (405) 478-2250, Ext.228 or shop online at

            The Museum Store at the National Cowboy Museum is located in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District at the junction of I-35 and I-44. The Museum and Store are open daily.




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