We carry authentic Hopi Kachina dolls in both traditional and contemporary styles, as well as a wide selection of handcrafted Native American Indian pottery and jewelry.
The Museum Shop at the Museum of Northern Arizona offers quality Native American crafts made by local artisans and craftspeople.
The Museum Shop has been catering to the novice buyer, as well as the discriminating collector for over 50 years, earning a well-known reputation for quality, authenticity, and integrity.
A large portion of the proceeds from Native American crafts sold by The Museum Shop at the Museum of Northern Arizona goes directly back to the Native craftspeople who made them.
Our long-standing relationships with the most talented Native artists working today ensure that our inventory reflects the highest quality in the current marketplace.
Choose from a wide array of Native artwork: jewelry, pottery, Navajo rugs, Kachina dolls, fetish carvings, baskets, fine art, and more.
Whether you are looking for a traditonal style or a contemporary design, vintage or new, the Museum Shop has an exquisite selection of handmade jewelry that is sure to delight your eyes.
Our web store offers a sample of the merchandise we have in our shop. If you are unable to find a particular style or a specific artist's work, just drop us a line and we will be happy to check our inventory to see if we can meet your needs.
The Museum's Bookstore specializes in subjects about the Colorado Plateau—from Arizona to Zuni —and T-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, calendars, prints, and music.
We have a fine, authentic selection of Southwestern basketry. There are many styles to choose from, including coiled, plaited, wicker, and twined and more.
Our jewelry collection includes a large selection of silverwork. We have an array of hand-forged silver crafts such as overlay, stamping, twisted wire, and more.
Our Navajo rug collection includes a beautiful selection of many traditional regional styles, as well as striking new contemporary designs.
The Museum Shop is particularly well known for its fine selection of hand-coiled Pueblo pottery, including Hopi, Zuni, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, Acoma, Jemez, and more.
The Museum Shop offers the finest selection of Zuni carvings the world over. We also have a great collection of Zuni fetish necklaces as well.
Choose from a variety of Southwestern Native baskets, our collection includes pictorials, wedding, geometrics, Kachina figures, and more.
Our stock of fine, genuine Navajo rugs is constantly being replenished by local Navajo weavers.
Whether you are looking for a vintage piece or the latest contemporary masterpiece, the Museum Shop has something that is sure to delight.
By purchasing directly from the very best Native artists working today, the Museum Shop guarantees all our artwork to be authentic and a true representation of the history and culture of indigenous peoples of the Southwest.
From its humble beginnings in Flagstaff Arizona, MNA has evolved into a regional center of learning, with collections, exhibits, educational programs, publications, and research projects that serve thousands of people each year.
The mission of the Museum of Northern Arizona is to inspire a sense of love and responsibility for the beauty and diversity of the Colorado Plateau and its people.
The Museum of Northern Arizona works in collaboration with Native peoples of the Southwest to help protect and foster their cultures and traditions.
Thank you for shopping with us. We hope you enjoy your visit!
For over 50 years the Museum Shop has been serving both novice buyers as well as discriminating collectors, earning a well-known reputation for quality, authenticity, and integrity. Whether you are looking for a vintage treasure, or the latest contemporary masterpiece, the Museum Shop has something that is sure to delight. Choose from a wide array of Native treasures--jewelry, pottery, weavings, Katsina (or “Kachina” in English) dolls and carvings, Fetish carvings, fine art paintings, sculpture and more.MNA’s Bookstore is known for its large selection of works about the Colorado Plateau’s natural sciences and cultures, as well as rare books from Native American Indian authors. There is also a wide selection of videos, DVD’s, CD’s, exhibition art, as well as T-shirts, caps, calendars and more. You'll find unique gifts in every price range, for children as well as adults. Our Museum Shop and Bookstore have something for everyone—and a knowledgeable staff to assist you in making selections.
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