Find foremost collections from the industry's top weavers in this little shop located in the Tlaquepaque village. Choose from natural fiber fashions from designers such as Sedona's Pam Gunning, or Candiss Cole. Stunning colors and form combine with the master weaver's touch to create a unique wearable work of art. A selection of fine Baltic amber is also offered in an array of unusually designed jewelry pieces.
Sip a cup of brew at the coffee bar while perusing your new or collectible treasure at this Sedona bookseller. Featuring modern first editions as well as those of the antiquarian breed, there is "bound" to be something for everyone, including gorgeous red rock views. Southwest information, like hiking trail guides and other local historical information, is available for visitors. Check out the Web site for special author signings and a searchable database of books.
Blue eyed Bud Johnson and his wife Linda opened their first gallery in 1986 to express their love for Native American art. The gallery was named for a vivid blue fetish carving. Hand crafted jewelry, Pendleton blankets, books and semi-precious collectibles delight visitors at this cozy uptown shop where the rich traditions of local heritage speak for themselves.Colorful folk art and pins are the perfect conversation pieces with which to commemorate a visit to the scenic and spiritual red rock territory of Sedona.
If hiking the red rocks is your game, prepare yourself with the gear you'll need. You'll find items like sleeping bags, tents, water bottles and hydration systems to keep you comfortable on your search for solitude. The capable staff here in this west Sedona shop will assist you in finding a suitable day hike or give you helpful information on where to camp. Hiking boots, expedition-style clothing and area guide books should complete your assembly for a successful trek.
Buy all the "big dog" brands at discount prices at this factory outlet center in Sedona's Village of Oak Creek. Let that shopping craze overtake your spirit in the beautiful and serene red rock region at more than 30 retailers of items including clothing, personal care, domestics, souvenirs and footwear. Shops include Gap Outlet, Vitamin World, Jones New York, Nine West, Dress Barn, Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger, Geoffrey Beene, Hanes, and many more. Great bargains and deep discounts of up to 70 percent are available from well-known brands including Bass, IZOD, Florsheim and Oneida. Credit card acceptance varies by merchant.
AvantGarden is an interesting shop located in the beautiful Tlaquepaque is tiny, but holds a powerful selection of remarkable items. You will instinctively be drawn to one-of-a-kind sculptures and unique accessories for your home and garden. You will find Solar Bugs, whimsical garden lights powered by the sun, or dozens of other unique hanging and "planting" art. Featured here too are "Earth Drums," which are handmade paper instruments by master craftsman David Russell.
One of Sedona's top-rated natural food markets, this friendly, clean and inviting spot features organic produce, freshly baked goods and food supplements. You will find the prices reasonable and the selection vast. This is the perfect place to pick up a snack to take on a hiking trip, or a complete picnic to enjoy in Red Rock State Park.
Unique gifts from indigenous Southwestern peoples are featured in this little shop in the lovely Tlaquepaque artisan village. Find unusual jewelry and belt designs, from snake links to horse jewelry. Choose from one-of-a-kind work from artists of the American Southwest as well as a few pieces from South America are highlighted. Also find kachinas and gifts of all sizes, shapes and colors here to commemorate your trip to the area.
Eisenart Innovations, a jaunty little shop is located in at Tlaquepaque tilts in high style with sleek lines and a dash of color. Start a trend in your hallway with eclectic pieces that will turn your friends' heads. Pepper your living room walls with art decor in simple styles and unusual themes. Take pieces back as gifts that will please even the most discerning of collectors. Pottery, sculpture and openwork furniture is on exhibit and for sale.
This tiny shop is additionally cramped with the numbers of customers it attracts. A bevy of baskets heralds your entrance, with an interesting selection of sea shells and beads at reasonable prices. You'll find cloisonné beads, imported shells in a multitude of colors, and kits to do it yourself. Estate jewelry is also on display and for sale from celebrities and notable personalities. Gorgeous pieces in antique settings call to you, some couched in their original boxes.
For the chocoholics in your life, the Sedona Fudge Company
will satisfy their dark habit's infernal urge. Using an original Mackinac Island recipe, Sedona Fudge tempts with a variety of fudge flavors. Choose from Peanut Butter, wonderful Amaretto Walnut, ...
This eclectic shop epitomizes the spiritual and New Age drama
of the Sedona region. Gifts of all types may be found in aisle upon aisle of crystals, jewelry, stones and incense. Choose a dream catcher, believed by Native Americans ...
AvantGarden is an interesting shop located in the beautiful Tlaquepaque
is tiny, but holds a powerful selection of remarkable items. You will instinctively be drawn to one of a kind sculptures and unique accessories for your home and garden. ...