Sedona Area-Native American jewelry

Old Aug 24th, 2005, 06:11 PM
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Sedona Area-Native American jewelry

I am seeking comments/tips/retail recommendations for native american jewelry in Sedona.
Old Aug 24th, 2005, 06:26 PM
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Take the main road going north (can't remember highway ?) as though you were heading to Grand Canyon. Stop at Dairy Queen for a blizzard. Lots of vendors set up right there. Nothing rare or expensive, but good prices on normal type items. (Why pass up a blizzard, anyway?)
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Take the route going north out of Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon ... it's a beautiful drive. As you drive out of the canyon on your way to Flagstaff, there is an overlook at the top where there are usually lots of vendors/tables set up with some nice jewelry. Much better deals than in Sedona.
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A well-established gallery in Sedona...Garlands...incredible choice!!

Also check out their lodge in Oak Creek Canyon...keep in mind the rates include a full brakfast & 4 course dinner for two!!
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That's it right there. Good call, Bailey.
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Old Aug 25th, 2005, 04:45 AM
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I have been checking out the websites of The Kachina House and the Cameron Trading Post. The quantities and variety are fantastic. There must be a native american manufacturing plant somewhere!! Is it in China too?
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Garlands looks good
Does old pawn = estate jewelry?
Old Aug 25th, 2005, 06:40 AM
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When we were in that area, a local told us that when purchasing from vendors, always ask if the stuff was made locally. By law, they're supposed to answer truthfully or risk losing their licenses.

In fact, we did that and sometimes the answer was "no."

Agree that most of the stuff the vendors have is pretty good and prices are better than in Sedona or most of the other tourist areas.
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