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We are proud to announce that Artie Yellowhorse will be joining us for her first ever trunk show at Arlene’s! It will be March 24-25, 2017 from 11 am-5 pm on Friday March 24, and 10 am-4:30 pm March 25, 2017. Artie will be showing at our 415 E. Allen St. address, the big peach and green building, and will be here to help you begin, or add, to your collection!
This will be, by far, the largest selection or Artie Yellowhorse jewelry that we have had in the store at one time. Come and meet one of the top artisans in Native American made jewelry today!
We hope to see you here!
We will be airing our first TV “commercial” ever! It will be on KUAT-TV, channel 6 in Tucson. The spots will run over the next 3 months. This is our local PBS station. We are now a supporter of the fine programming at PBS! We have posted it here for you as well. Don’t forget to come and see us!
We have received some unique cowboys from Lui Escoto, Murano glass, more hammered copper pieces, and many other items (not to mention jewelry)! If you want that gift that is different, and not 1 of 2,000 purchased on Amazon, QVC, or HSN, come down and see us! Great events on the weekends throughout December, check with the Tombstone Chamber of Commerce for details.
This weekend is the annual Helldorado days celebration (October 21-23). The temperatures will be ideal in the mid 80s. Come and join us! This new cowboy from Lui Escoto is ready for the excitement, how about you!
We have 2 new Escoto cowboys in stock, along with some fantastic Native American dancers he made.
Fall is in the air, and that means one thing…Helldorado Days! This year they are October 21-23. Make your plans no to come and visit us! Other great things are happening in October as well, check with the Tombstone Chamber of Commerce at www.tombstonechamber.com
We hope to see you here!
Copper, one of the main products of Arizona and the Southwest, is used in a variety of ways. We are seeing it more and more for home decor!
Time for a Moscow Mule? Iced tea for these late summer days? Whatever you fancy, this hammered copper set will add great flare to any cocktail or beverage you serve! This is part of the new copper serveware collection now at Arlene’s Gallery. We also have tequila/ shot sets and other items. Come and change your look today!
We have been very fortunate to come across five of the Legendary West Premiere Edition sculptures, from Legends, by Christopher Pardell. These are made by Legends, known today as Starlite Originals. The pieces are the mixed media collectors items that made this company very famous in the 1980s and 1990s. Mixed media includes bronze, pewter, gold (small amounts), brass, and other metals. Legends was one of the first companies to add color to their mixed media items to bring them to life. The color is not paint, but comes from chemical reactions! All items were made in the U.S.A.
Christopher Pardell is well known for his depictions of Native American images and people.
“Triumphant” and “Red Cloud’s Coup” are pictured, but we have three others as well. Three of these five are signed by Chris. The signed pieces are “Triumphant”, “Red Cloud’s Coup”, and “Final Charge”. We also have “Pursued” and “Songs of Glory”.
All 5 of these items sold out immediately when released in 1988-1992.
These items came from a store that closed years ago, and the owner of the store no longer wanted them. We do not purchase previously sold pieces from collectors.
If you want pictures, or prices, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our Southwest Trading location at 520-457-3678.
These items rarely become available, so if you have an interest in Native American themed sculpture, these are perfect to add to your collection.
For years, Lui escoto has been making wire (and other material)sculptures in grey or silver color. Now he is expanding into a tri-color look! It is quite exciting and a fresh take on the original sculptures that he has been making for us for almost 20 years. This cowboy has so much detail. The saddle alone is fantastic. These take a long time to make, but are well worth the wait. Be among the first to get these new look sculptures! Contact us today to order of for more info!
Over the past couple of years, more Zuni artisans have gone to fetish carvings instead of jewelry. Some of this is due to increased cost of silver and other raw materials. We have seen some very different stones and animals over the years. As you see in the picture, two of our new additions are interested in the same fish! Don’t know if the otter will out swim the bear! Yesterday, we replenished our fetish selection, so now is the time to improve your collection! If you are looking for anything specific, please contact us at email@example.com.