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Ted Pavatea Clown Kachina
$ 395
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Cora Tom Teec Nos Pos
$ 1,250
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$ 3,900
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Hopi Tribe - The Peaceful Ones

The Hopi Reservation is located in Northeastern Arizona on 2,500 square miles in the middle of the Navajo Reservation. The Hopi Tribe currently has less than 20,000 enrolled members, a tiny tribe compared to the Navajo Reservation surrounding them. The name “Hopi” is a shortened version of the longer name they call themselves, Hopituh Shi-nu-mu, which means “The Peaceful Ones”. 

The Fascinating History of Navajo Rugs: Exploring the different periods of Navajo Weavings

From the inception of Navajo weaving around 1700, weaving has provided an important economic benefit to the Navajo tribe and a fine outlet for their artistic talents. Today, Navajo rugs are made in the weaver's home or hogan on vertical looms using the same methods they have mastered for over three hundred years. 

The Turquoise Mineral Group - What's the difference between Turquoise, Variscite, Chalcosiderite, and Faustite

Turquoise is formed by a complex combination of aluminum, copper, phosphorus, water, and other local ingredients that may change the color or add matrix (host rock). Turquoise is found at elevations between 3,000 - 8,500 feet and typically in dry, arid climates. Other, very similar minerals also form under these conditions- and five of these are classified under the Turquoise Mineral Group.

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Sedona, AZ 86336

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3953 N State Route 89A

Sedona, AZ 86336

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"GARLAND'S HAS THE FINEST COLLECTION IN ALL OF INDIAN COUNTRY." - National Geographic Explorer

Garland's is family owned and operated in Sedona, Arizona. Since 1976, our collection has gained worldwide recognition for authentic, high quality Native American and Southwestern art. We purchase our art directly from more than 500 artists, including many of the top contemporary artists in the field. We have been buying from some artists for over forty years, and in many cases from multiple generations. We have immense respect for these handmade art forms, as well as the rich cultures they represent and support. Garland's strives to be fair to the artist and fair to the customer, and we value both of these relationships equally.

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