Welcome to Garland's!
We are located in the beautiful red rock country of Sedona, in northern Arizona. Our amazing collection of authentic Native American art includes extraordinary handmade jewelry, hand-carved Hopi Kachina dolls, Navajo sandpaintings, Pueblo pottery, hand-woven baskets, and the finest Navajo rugs in the world. Step through our doors, or browse online, and discover one of the finest collections of Native American and Southwestern art in the world.
With deep roots in Arizona, four generations of the Garland family have worked with American Indian art. In the 1920s, Charles Isham worked as a sales clerk at the historic Red Lake Trading Post. Charles raised a family in Flagstaff, Arizona, including his daughter, Georgiana Isham. Georgie married William (Bill) Garland and in 1976, they built Garland’s Navajo Rugs in Sedona, Arizona in traditional trading post style with native red rocks and thick wooden beams. Under Bill, his son Dan Garland, and wife Tricia, the business grew until it boasted the largest selection of Navajo Rugs in the world.
In 1985, Bill opened Garland’s Indian Jewelry on a historic piece of land called Indian Gardens north of Sedona. With an antique rock façade and vine covered walls, Garland’s Indian Jewelry is a treasure nestled in Oak Creek Canyon. More than thirty years and two generations later, Garland’s Indian Jewelry has become one of the premier destinations for fine Native American jewelry in the world.
How We Buy
Initially, buying trips were made to the Navajo and Hopi reservations, but soon our reputation for fair and generous dealings brought the artists directly to our gallery in Sedona. This approach to supporting Native American art has fostered multi-generational relationships with many artists and their families. On a daily basis, our artists travel from all corners of the southwest, bringing their latest creations to us.
We carry art by more than 500 artists from tribes that span across Arizona and New Mexico, and many of our artists will drive five to six hours to sell to us. Talented artists have many options when choosing a gallery to sell their work, and we are honored to represent many of the best Native American and Southwest artists. We take seriously our commitment to the advancement of Native American art by encouraging creativity and rewarding quality. Above all, we consider our artists as partners in this business, and we are committed to always working with them fairly and honestly. All of our artists are paid up front, and they set the retail price for their pieces. We have spent many years learning from these talented craftspeople and their rich cultures. It’s an honor to pass on their stories and traditions to our customers. Here's more about our social responsibility.
Why Choose Garland's?
Our family-owned business is based on a great respect and appreciation of the artistic talent of the area’s Native American artists. Our experience makes us reputable and informed buyers, allowing you to be confident in the quality and authenticity of everything we sell.
Our galleries are an annual pilgrimage for many customers who have become friends over the years. A family business to the core, Garland’s is committed to our founding principles: utmost respect and fairness for our artists, reasonable prices for our customers, and the friendliest, most knowledgeable staff in the industry. This unique relationship with the artists enables us to offer an extensive selection of high quality, authentic, handmade Native American art at the most competitive prices. We strive to be fair to the artist and fair to the customer, and we value both of these relationships equally.
At Garland's, it has been our pleasure to develop close friendships with the Native artists we represent. To pass on information about these artists and the pieces they create is a great source of pride for us. One of the benefits of dealing directly with all of the artists we represent is our ability to have authenticity guaranteed for everything we sell. Our knowledgeable staff, with well over one hundred years of combined experience, is always ready to help you.
Our close proximity to the Navajo and Hopi reservations, as well as our longstanding reputation as fair and honest dealers, often makes Garland’s the first stop for artists. We carefully select each piece to help ensure the best craftsmanship in every unique work of handmade art so we can stand behind our products and you can buy with confidence.
We are proud to offer a selection of Native American art that ranges from vintage and traditional to contemporary and cutting-edge. Whether you are looking for an understated pair of earrings, a show-stopping necklace, or a Hopi Kachina to complete your collection, we truly believe we have something to suit every taste and budget.
Garland's Navajo Rugs Antique Room (2005)
Garland's Indian Jewelry Store (2014)