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The Navajo Ceremonial Basket

The Navajo Ceremonial Basket

The Navajo (Diné) Ceremonial Basket, sometimes referred to as the Navajo Wedding Basket, is a rich tradition in Navajo culture.  The basket represents Hozhooji, or Blessing Way, a state of harmony and balance among all living creatures.
Carve Tufa Stone by Ric Charlie

Tufa Casting

Native tribes in the Southwest have been creating ornamental jewelry for many hundreds of years. Before the Spanish ever arrived, these tribal artists had mastered the art of heishi bead rolling and lapidary. However, it was not until the 1800s that they learned to work metal from Mexican smiths. The Navajos were the first tribe to cast silver jewelry in the late 1870s and the technique spread to the Zuni and Hopi tribes by 1890.
The Squash Blossom Necklace

The Squash Blossom Necklace

There is perhaps no art form more synonymous with Southwest Native American jewelry than the Squash Blossom Necklace.  The history of this iconic necklace is a fascinating tale of the fusion of cultures and an enduring fashion statement across generations.

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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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