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Authentic and Handmade - Since 1976

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FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

Two Locations in Sedona, Arizona

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Vivian Descheny Navajo Loom
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The Zuni Tribe

The Zuni pueblo is located in a scenic landscape of magnificent mesas and diverse habitats, about 34 miles south of Gallup, New Mexico. Zuni has over 10,000 tribal members. The tribe is traditionally built on a matrilineal clan system and revolves around a multifaceted ceremonial system that honors ancestors and their deep relationship to the striking desert Zuni homeland...

1920s Squash Blossom Necklace featured on Vintage Unscripted

We enjoyed this lovely feature on Squash Blossom necklaces at vintageunscripted.com. Check it out and you'll notice one of our gorgeous 1920s Squash Blossoms!

Apache Burden Baskets

Apache Burden Baskets are fashioned from Cottonwood and Mulberry sticks and were used as utility baskets to gather fruit, berries, or nuts and to carry items in.

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411 State Route 179

Sedona, AZ 86336

Hours: 10am-5pm Daily
Closed Major Holidays

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3953 N State Route 89A

Sedona, AZ 86336

Hours: 10am-5pm Tuesday - Saturday
Closed Sundays, Mondays, & Major Holidays

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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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