Just a few miles west of Tulsa in Sapulpa, Frankoma Pottery has been an area tradition since 1933. Using red clay from a local source, this factory draws from Western and Native American influences and uses a unique firing process to create its world-renowned original designs of clayware and decorator items on the premises. Frankoma also designs custom products on request and will ship almost anywhere. Come see the showroom floor, find a bargain in the "seconds" area, or take one of the free factory tours offered six times daily.
These all-natural, vegetable soaps are so nice you might be reluctant to use them. Sweet-smelling handmade bars are infused with soothing essential oils to soften and protect skin. With more than 15 scents, including traditional favorites like aloe vera and oatmeal, as well as distinctive blends like "Beautiful Morning" and "Medicine Man," every shopper should find a soap to fit their taste. Each soap even has a corresponding aromatherapy function. This store also sells one-of-a-kind shaving mug kits, corporate gift sets and other unique home accessory items. There is also a Tulsa location in KingsPointe Village at 61st and Yale (+1 918 494 7620).
Keepsake Candles, a family-owned and -operated company established in 1969, designs and distributes its unique, intricately-patterned candles to over 2,600 stores nationwide. The flagship country store in Bartlesville offers free guided tours of the factory scheduled each weekday. Visitors can follow the candle-making process and meet craftspeople. The store's warm, folksy atmosphere is accentuated by the sweet fragrances of beautifully crafted candles, gifts sure to complement any home. While the store is a short drive from Tulsa, it is definitely worth the trip.
Bringing the best of Creek American art to midtown Tulsa, Lyon's provides the best of hand-crafted products made by the native Indians. Be it twig baskets using a minimalist approach or beaded jewelry, these form the perfect ideas for a unique gift. Clay mugs, glasses and pots also find a place on the shelves. Also available are shirts and souvenirs. The collection on display is sure to land a pleasant surprise or two.
Started in 1935 by Margo Kirberger, her namesake store is today run by her daughters and grand-daughters. The store today carries ornaments by Radko with famed designer Christopher Radko himself offering his time for signings at the store. With relationships with customers spanning several generations, the store is bound to carry something special.
Boxworks provides a helping hand not only in deciding on a special gift option but also enables that the perfect gift gets the packaging and wrapping it deserves. From funky toys for kids to quirky games-being unique comes naturally to Boxworks. After tiring of selling dresses, it was indeed this need to be unique that led owner Theresa Parker to start Boxworks. Located in the vibrant yet modest shopping area of Utica Square, the store finds no shortage of praises for its innovativeness and ability to think out of the box.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Set in the courtyard of the Consortium in Brookside, this small but amply supplied store is an exclusive dealer of fine men's wear from Italian designer Ermengildo Zegna. From suits to sportswear, this retailer offers that personal touch, selling most of its clothing custom-tailored (at no extra charge) to give customers the advantage of looking their very best. If you are looking for a fine suit of clothes for that special occasion or that business meeting, this is the place for you.
A unique decorating concept in Brookside: decorate it yourself. This place satisfies your creative urge by letting you pick a piece of unfinished pottery from their shelves (bowls, cups, plates or decorative items), choose colors and tools from their selection, and paint it yourself while sitting at its tables. It even has an idea center for you if you get stumped. When you are finished, they will fire and glaze your piece for you. Finished pieces are safe for food handling and waterproof.
Located in the Courtyard Shops complex, this boutique sells a wide variety of unique gift items. You can find the perfect present for even the hardest to buy for person on the shelves of this shop. Home décor and fashionable clothing makes up the majority of the inventory here, but there are also handcrafted items from local Tulsa artists sold as well.
Located by the Tulsa International Airport in an airplane hangar
built in 1940, this facility features displays of actual aircrafts and a variety of hands on activities. Educational for the whole family, the Air and Space Museum emphasizes Tulsa's ...
Convenience is the word for this inn, found among a
cluster of hotels that line I 44 in the central part of Tulsa. The friendly staff offers quite a few valuable services, an added benefit to the already great ...
There is always something going on at this huge complex,
located between Harvard and Yale along 21st Street in midtown. Among the attractions and facilities you'll find here are the massive Expo Center (used for big shows and exhibits), ...