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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
It seems that there are less Navajo and Hopi artisans making nice baskets these days. Therefore, we do not stock as many as we once did. However, we are fortunate to have found two very unique and colorful baskets. These designs are my favorite to come across as they are so different than what you normally see. Call us today to add these to your collection!
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We have just received more glass and iron shamans made right here in southern Arizona! They are the perfect addition for the inside, or outside, of your home. This photo is just a sampling of our current selection. Each one is unique, so come and get yours today! We are also happy to take your order over the phone.
We have just received the latest addition to The Trail of the Painted Ponies collection! They are all first editions, so contact us today to get yours!
Arlene’s has always been known for the “unexpected in Tombstone”. This definitely applies to the wide range of home décor items that we sell. For example, this small coffee table and matching set of candlesticks are just one of the many unique accent items that we have to make your house a home.
Navajo sandpaintings have been used for religious and healing ceremonies for hundreds of years. The traditional designs have specific meanings and symbols that represent various things in our world: like water, corn, and animals. In recent years, there have been artisans who have taken sandpainting to a more contemporary art form. Navajo artisan Bilson Kee is one who has done that. This is an original painting of his, but he has also done numerous modern sandpaintings over the years. His work has become difficult to find, but when we do find it, they go fast!
Lui Escoto is a very unique artisan. For over a decade, he has made these hand crafted wire sculptures. The subject matter of these has been mostly Native American and Western. This hoop dancer has always been a favorite. If you covet a conversation piece for your home, this is a must have.
Arlene’s is one of the few independent stores in Arizona to carry the Nambé line of home products. Since the 1960s, Nambé has always been known for having fashion forward, art-deco housewares for your home. We carry a nice selection of items that include decorative accessories, acacia wood salad bowls, and other unique items.